Short Answers

 1. anti-oxidants

2. Biochemical function of calcium

3. Competitive inhibition of enzymes

4. Functions of ascorbic acid

5. Normal range - Random blood glucose, serum cholesterol, serum bilirubin

6. Deamination

7. Essential fatty acids

8. Function of thiamine

9. Three enzymes of diagnostic importance

10. Normal serum level - sodium, potassium and calcium

11. Starch

12. Heat coagulation test

13. Hyperglycemia

14. Essential aminoacids

15. Bile salts and its function

16. Hypercholesteromia

17. Mitochondria

18. Rothera test

19. Ketone bodies

20. Metabolic acidosis

21. HMP Shunt pathway

22. Immunoglobulin G

23. Pellagra

24. Denaturation of proteins

25. Beri Beri

26. Benedict’s test

27. Normal level of blood urea and fasting blood sugar

28. Transmination

29. Metabolic alkalosis

30. Iodine


31. Biological important compound from cholesterol

32. Normal level - FBS, blood urea, Serum total protein and SGOT

33. Two proteolytic enzymes

34. Coenzyme form of thiamine and pyridoxine

35. Normal blood levels of cholesterol and urea

36. Lactose intolerance

37. Dietary fibre

38. Daily requirement of vit A and D

39. Primary structure of proteins

40. Active transport

41. Glycosuria

42. Function of mitochondria

43. Rickets

44. Examples for pro vitamin

45. Marker enzymes in myocardial infarction

46. Golgi apparatus

47. Electrophoresis

48. Sodium pump

bsc nursing first year biochemistry questions, rguhs

2017 - Biochemistry Subject Important Questions for Supplementary, B.SC., FIRST YEAR NURSING, RGUHS (March, 2017)

​​10 Mark

1. aerobic glycolysis. Energistics and pathway (important)

2. Beta oxidation of fatty acid. Palmitic acid oxidation
(important)

3. Composition of cell. Structure and function of cell membrane (diagram)
(important)

4. TCA cycle and energistics
(imporant)

5. Sources, deficiency and RDA and function of Vitamin D

6. Citric acid Cycle and energistics

7. Acid base balance
(important)

8. Vitamin C - sources, requirement, deficiency
(important)

9. Metabolism of tyrosine

10. Serum calcium level - sources, daily requirement and biochemical

11. Classification of enzymes
(important)

12. Ketone bodies and ketosis
(important)

13. Vitamin A

14. Gluconeogenesis

15. Enzyme inhibition

16. HMP pathway
(important)

17. Urea cycle
(important)

18. Digestion and absorption of proteins

 

5 Mark

1. urea Cycle
(important)

2. Formation and utilization of ketone bodies
(important)

3. Renal regulation of acid base balance
(important)

4. Classify carbohydrate

5. Steps in beta oxidation palmityl CoA

6. Functional classification of protein

7. Triacyl glycerol synthesis (TAG)

8. Different types of lipoprotein and its function
(important)

9. Factors influencing enzyme activity
(important)

10. Classify enzymes with examples
(important)

11. Absorption,transport and storage of iron

12. Biochemical functions of Vitamin A

13. Homopolysaccharides

14. Blood buffers

15. Phospholipids

16. Creatinine clearence test

17. Deficiency of Vitamin A

18. Urea cycle
(important)

19. Functions of plasma proteins
(important)

20. Serum enzymes

21. HMP pathway
(important)

22. BMR
(important)

23. Glucose tolerance test

24. Isoenzymes and significance

25. Function of vitamin C

26. Types of immunoglobulins
(important)