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Cellular Metabolism

Cellular Metabolism

Cellular Metabolism. Chapter 4. Cellular Metabolism. Cellular metabolism refers to all of the chemical processes that occur inside living cells. Energy. Energy can exist in two states: Kinetic energy – energy of motion. Potential energy – stored energy.

By Mia_John
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Clostridial fermentations

Clostridial fermentations

Clostridial fermentations. Clostridia: physiologically and phylogenically diverse group. 14 related families, at least 7 have organisms traditionally called Clostridium (Collins et al. IJSB 44:812-826, 1994) Genus characteristics: Gram positive Spore formers Butyric acid production.

By Faraday
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Cellular Respiration in the Mitochondria

Cellular Respiration in the Mitochondria

Cellular Respiration in the Mitochondria. Eukaryotes use mitochondria to produce the majority of the cell's ATP. The cellular respiration reactions that occur in the mitochondria are: Pyruvate Oxidation (Link reaction), Krebs Cycle and the Electron Transport Chain (ETC)

By niveditha
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Citric Acid Cycle

Citric Acid Cycle

Citric Acid Cycle. Gylcolysis. Electron Transport and Oxidative phosphorylation. TCA Cycle. The TCA Cycle. (aka Citric Acid Cycle, Krebs Cycle) Pyruvate (actually acetate) from glycolysis is degraded to CO 2 Some ATP is produced More NADH is made

By Gabriel
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Pre-Krebs and Krebs Cycle

Pre-Krebs and Krebs Cycle

Pre-Krebs and Krebs Cycle. Take place in the mitochondria 2 pyruvate molecules enter the mitochondria from the cytoplasm 3 Functions: Produces NADH and FADH2 Produces ATP Produces oxaloacetate. Pre-Krebs 1. Pyruvate enters the mitochondria from the cytoplasm

By khuong
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CARNITINE for FOD meeting

CARNITINE for FOD meeting

CARNITINE for FOD meeting. Stephen G. Kahler, M.D. Arkansas Children’s Hospital University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences July 6, 2018. DISCLAIMERS. USUAL—financial, commercial, off-label uses. How we all got here. DISCOVERY OF HUMAN CARNITINE DEFICIENCY.

By mercury
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Glycolysis = breakdown of sugars; glycogen, glucose, fructose

Glycolysis = breakdown of sugars; glycogen, glucose, fructose

Glycolysis = breakdown of sugars; glycogen, glucose, fructose. Where in body? Where in cell? What are the inputs? What are the outcomes?. Oxygen required? . Gibbs Free Energy Changes Rxn# Enzyme D G°'(kJ/mol) D G(kJ/mol) 1 Hexokinase -16.7 -33.5 Phosphogluco-isomerase +1.7 -2.5

By raiden
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2. Cellular Respiration

2. Cellular Respiration

But, in the presence of Oxygen…. 2. Cellular Respiration. A series of metabolic pathways involving 3 separate phases: Krebs cycle electron transport system oxidative phosphorylation Oxidizes pyruvate to ATP & CO 2 Text pg 117 So why is ATP so important? . ATP.

By cora
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Questions 26 - 35

Questions 26 - 35

Questions 26 - 35. Glucose Disposal – The Pathways. 26. Parts of Glucose Disposal. Which process requires ATP? Addition of glucose from UDP-glucose to a growing glycogen chain Conversion of glucose residues in glycogen to glucose 6-phosphate

By alodie
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Metabolism

Metabolism

Metabolism. Metabolism. The sum of all cell activity How cells make energy from the food we eat to conduct body processes. The process starts with digestion. TCA or Kreb’s Cycle. Tricarboxylic acid Cycle

By keziah
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Terpenes are the building blocks for a number of molecules Phytol tail on chlorophyll Ubiquinone tail Gibberellins Cytok

Terpenes are the building blocks for a number of molecules Phytol tail on chlorophyll Ubiquinone tail Gibberellins Cytok

Terpenes are the building blocks for a number of molecules Phytol tail on chlorophyll Ubiquinone tail Gibberellins Cytokinin Steroids Many secondary products. Terpenes are the building blocks for a number of molecules Phytol tail on chlorophyll Ubiquinone tail Gibberellins Cytokinin

By ayanna
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Review of Bioenergetics

Review of Bioenergetics

Review of Bioenergetics . SP5005 Physiology Alex Nowicky power point slides: Powers and Howley- Exercise Physiology Ch 3 and 4. What is bioenergetics?. Study of energy in living systems what it is? Where does it come from? How is it measured?

By midori
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Cell Respiration

Cell Respiration

Cell Respiration . Topic 3.7 Cell Respiration Topic 8.1 Cell Respiration. Cell Respiration. Who does it? All living things (including plants!) What is it? Carbohydrates and O 2 are used to make ATP (energy). CO 2 and H 2 0 are waste products. The opposite of photosynthesis.

By dysis
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Table of Contents

Table of Contents

Section 1 Glycolysis and Fermentation Section 2 Aerobic Respiration. Chapter 7. Cellular Respiration. Table of Contents. Identify the two major steps of cellular respiration. Describe the major events in glycolysis. Compare lactic acid fermentation with alcoholic fermentation.

By ellie
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Lecture 6 Respiration

Lecture 6 Respiration

Lecture 6 Respiration. Cellular respiration is the harvesting of energy from breakdown of organic molecules produced by plants The overall process may be summarized as. +. energy. +. +. 6 CO 2. C 6 H 12 O 6. 6 H 2 O. 6 O 2. (heat or ATP). carbon dioxide. glucose. water. oxygen.

By naoko
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Cellular Respiration

Cellular Respiration

Cellular Respiration. What is cellular respiration?. What do you notice about this equation?. How is the energy stored?. Where does it happen?. Starts in cytoplasm Finishes in the mitochondria. Step One: Glycolysis. Where? Glucose is split in half, making two pyruvates .

By oma
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Glyoxylate Cycle

Glyoxylate Cycle

Glyoxylate Cycle. Dr. Sooad Al-Daihan Biochemistry department . Overview. An anabolic metabolic pathway occuring in plants, and several microoragnisms , BUT not animals . Occurs in glyoxysome

By maili
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Diabetic Ketoacidosis (DKA)

Diabetic Ketoacidosis (DKA)

Diabetic Ketoacidosis (DKA). Dr. Reem Sallam , MD, MSc, PhD Clinical Chemistry Unit, Pathology Dept. College of Medicine, King Saud University. Diabetic emergencies. Diabetic Ketoacidosis (DKA) Hyperosmolar hyperglycaemic state (HHS)= Hypperosmolar non- ketotic acidosis (HONK)

By ozzy
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Metabolism of cardiac muscle

Metabolism of cardiac muscle

Metabolism of cardiac muscle. Dr. Mamoun Ahram Cardiovascular system , 2013. References. This lecture Mark’s Basic Medical Biochemistry, 4 th ed., p. 890-891 Hand-out. Why is this topic important?. Heart failure (HF) is associated to changes in metabolic profile.

By erasto
(340 views)

Primary metabolites

Primary metabolites

Primary metabolites. Despite the extremely varied characteristics of living organisms , the pathways for generally modifying and synthesizing carbohydrates, proteins , fats , and nucleic acids are essentially the same in all organisms, apart from minor variations .

By milt
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