MBBS 1st Year Question Collection Of Carbohydrate, Protein, Lipid and Enzyme(Biochemistry)

Biomolecules: Carbohydrates, Protein, Lipid, Enzyme

Carbohydrates

Short questions

  1. Define carbohydrates?
  2. Why sucrose is not reducing sugar.
  3. Name non reducing sugar?
  4. Name the isomers of monosaccharides. Define isomers?
  5. Name three references carbohydrates and reference carbon.
  6. Name disaccharide with the source.
  7. What is sugar? State the importance of glucose and ribose.
  8. Mention important biomolecules in our bodies.
  9. Describe mutarotation.

Broad questions

  1. Classify carbohydrate
  2. Define and classify polysaccharide
  3. Define and classify monosaccharides' source of the biological importance of monosaccharides.
  4. Give the properties of CHO?
  5. Give the properties of glucose?
  6. Draw different types of structure of glucose?
  7. Describe the isomerism of glucose?
  8. Give the Biomedical importance of CHO.
  9. The difference between aldose and ketose.
  10. The difference between D glucose and l glucose?
  11. The difference between Isomer and epimer
  12. Give the structure of D glucose and D Galactose?
  13. Define isomerism
  14. Give the importance of mucopolysaccharide
  15. SN: Mutation, Glycogen, invert sugar?
  16. Give the name of mucopolysaccharide?
  17. What do you mean by polypeptide and protein
  18. Biomedical importance of glucose?

Protein

Broad questions

  1. Define and give the functional classification of protein
  2. Give the biological importance of protein.
  3. What is the structure of a protein?
  4. State the importance of primary structure.
  5. Define and classify amino acid
  6. What is nucleic acid? The difference between DNA and RNA
  7. Give the structure and function of DNA
  8. What do you mean by domain?
  9. Name the nitrogenous base? Mention the importance of nucleotide
  10. What are nucleotides and nucleosides?
  11. Structure: purine and pyrimidine ring
  12. How protein is organized into different structures
  13. What are the properties of amino acid
  14. Short note: i) essential amino acid ii) peptide linkage iii) zwitterion iv) denaturation v) what do you mean by the amino acid pool?
  15. Biomedical importance of amino acid
  16. Draw structure of amino acid glucose cholesterol
  17. Name the biologically important peptide with their function
  18. How hemoglobin synthesis

Lipid

  1. Define lipid and classify lipid
  2. What are derived lipids?
  3. Give the properties and importance of lipid
  4. Mention general structure of FA feature
  5. Classify fatty acids what do you mean by omega3 fatty acids
  6. What are the lipoprotein present in fasting palm
  7. Why form’s fatty acids are called bad fatty acids
  8. Define and name the EFA with clinical nature, source, and importance
  9. Mention the biological importance of fatty acids
  10. State the importance of PUFA
  11. Define and classify lipoprotein. Give their normal blood levels. How they are separated
  12. What is the function if prostaglandin? How they are synthesized?
  13. Importance of lipoprotein
  14. Name the essential fatty acids
  15. Define and classify phospholipid with biomedical importance
  16. Mention biomedical importance of eicosanoids
  17. State the source, chemistry and importance of cholesterol.
  18. Name the plasma lipids with their reference values
  19. Short note: i) prostaglandin ii) dietary lipids.
  20. How can you stop cholesterol
  21. Features of fatty acids
  22. What is ceramide

Enzyme

  1. Define and give IUBMB classification of an enzyme?
  2. Name 5 chemically imp. Enzyme with their blood values and with clinical imp.
  3. Factors affecting enzyme activities.
  4. How the enzyme act?
  5. Describe enzyme inhibitors with action.
  6. Define isoenzyme and coenzyme
  7. The difference between enzyme and coenzyme?
  8. What is Km value? Importance of CK of and ALT.
  9. Name the Vit B complex to derive co enzyme s.
  10. How an enzyme-catalyzed reaction? Explain the role of PH on enzyme action.
  11. Define co-factors.
  12. Give two examples of isoenzyme with their importance.
  13. Short note: Enzyme inhibition.