About Glycolysis Quizillator
The Glycolysis Quizillator has been designed to help you learn the glycolytic pathway, its molecules, enzymes and regulatory mechanisms.
In this free version of the glycolysis quizillator a preview of the quiz questions are available, as well as the option to purchase a full set of quizzes. The glossary cross-referencing is also available as an upgrade.
The extensive quizzing module offers questions vetted by PhDs in chemistry, biochemistry and structural biology. Questions and exams are tailored to be similar to those typical of exams one might expect in high school or first year university/college courses.
1. Reference page.
- Description of reactants, products and enzymes involved in each reaction of glycolysis.
- 3D animations representing the reaction mechanisms where the reacting groups are highlighted.
- Description of the reaction mechanisms.
- Explanation of the regulation mechanisms which also includes animations that will help students to visualize the process.
2. Background page with additional glycolysis information.
- A brief history of the discovery of the glycolytic pathway.
- Alternative carbohydrate sources.
- Regulation of the pathway.
- Description of the metabolism of the final glycolysis product.
- Description of the energy production from glycolysis.
3. Quiz engine.
- Two difficulty levels (Easy and Advanced).
- Review quiz with randomized questions from both levels.
- 5, 10 or 20 questions per quiz which will accommodate the users’ time availability.
- Answer formats include multiple choice, short answer and multiple answer.
- Feedback for each answer which helps students memorize and understand the concepts.
- Review of the quiz score which allows students to highlight weak points.
- Definitions of scientific terms utilized throughout the application, which provides additional knowledge and encourages familiarity with scientific terms.
- Terms are highlighted and cross-referenced throughout the application and can be displayed by tapping on the word.
- Pronunciation and syllable partitions for each term.