Anabolic Vs Catabolic Pathways Quizlet

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    Catabolic vs anabolic pathways

    anabolic vs catabolic pathways quizlet Breaks down complex molecules anbaolic simpler ones and releases energy -Anabolic: Uses energy to construct complex molecules from simpler ones. Understand the oxidation and reduction of co-enzymes. Coupled reactions include both loss of electrons oxidation and gain of electrons reduction Coenzymes mediate electron transfer. Understand the formation and energy transfer by ATP. High energy molecule that transfers its energy to chemical reactions anabolic vs catabolic pathways quizlet catbaolic of energy stored in chemical bonds of nutrients that can be used by cells. When it is high, anabolism is favored.

    Catabolic vs anabolic pathways Flashcards | Quizlet

    anabolic vs catabolic pathways quizlet

    Breaks down complex molecules into simpler ones and releases energy -Anabolic: Uses energy to construct complex molecules from simpler ones. Understand the oxidation and reduction of co-enzymes. Coupled reactions include both loss of electrons oxidation and gain of electrons reduction Coenzymes mediate electron transfer. Understand the formation and energy transfer by ATP.

    High energy molecule that transfers its energy to chemical reactions -The form of energy stored in chemical bonds of nutrients that can be used by cells. When it is high, anabolism is favored. Understand the 4 stages of catabolism. The basic building blocks enter specific intermediate metabolic pathways, generating intermediate products glycolysis: Intermediate products enter citric acid cycle and are broken down furter to form CO2, releasing energy to coenzymes -Stage 4: Coenzymes enter the electron transport chain.

    Most ATP production occurs via Oxidative phosphorylation. Understand the catabolic processes of carbohydrate, protein and lipid. Note the different end products of glycogenolysis by muscle or liver. The catabolic processes of carbohydrate. Breaks down glycogen to glucoseP or glucose. Happens in liver released into blood and muscle G6P can only be used locally 2. Anaerobic process; breaks down glucose into pyruvate 3 C molecule. Pyruvate converted to lactate which is released into the blood and taken up by the liver where gluconeogenesis happens.

    Oxaloacetate is the last product and citrate substrate. Electron movement release energy coenzyme oxidation II. H ions pumped to intermembrane space, generating a force III. H ions re-enter the mitochondria matrix releasing energy V.

    The amino group from an amino acid is transferred to alpha ketone acid forming a new amino acid which is used for citric acid cycle. Removal of amino groups from the newly formed amino acid, leaving another alpha ketone acid- Ammonia is excreted through urea. Hormone sensitive lipase breaks down triglyceride into Free fatty acid and glycerol.

    Formation of Fatty acetyl CoA: Fatty acids enter the central pathway only in acetyl CoA form thus they arent substrates for gluconeogenesis. Carnutune facilitates fatty acetyl Co A to come across mitochondria for cleavage. Citric Acid Cycle and Oxidative Phosphorylation. Note ATP production, the changes in the status of co-enzymes.

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    anabolic vs catabolic pathways quizlet

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    anabolic vs catabolic pathways quizlet

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    anabolic vs catabolic pathways quizlet