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Metabolism is the transformation of energy and matter within the body. Anabolism ~ constructive metabolism Energy IS

Metabolism is the transformation of energy and matter within the body. Anabolism ~ constructive metabolism Energy IS

Anabolic Metabolism. Metabolism is the transformation of energy and matter within the body. Anabolism ~ constructive metabolism Energy IS Required (ATP) ATP~ nucleotide ~ Major energy currency. Provides substances needed for growth and repair.

By MartaAdara
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Biochemistry

Biochemistry

Biochemistry. Metabolism. Cellular Metabolism. Metabolism. All the chemical reactions in the body; or acquiring and using energy Digestion: catabolism (breakdown) of nutrients in the GI tract for absorption ATP production for cellular energy Anabolism to build cellular structures

By DoraAna
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OVERVIEW OF METABOLISM

OVERVIEW OF METABOLISM

OVERVIEW OF METABOLISM . Medical Biochemistry, Lecture 30. Lecture 30, Outline. Review metabolic fates of carbohydrates, amino acids and lipids/fats Discuss ATP and its role in metabolism Harper’s Ch 17 primary source material Chapters 15 and 16, supplemental and review sources.

By Audrey
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Protein Turnover and Amino Acid Catabolism

Protein Turnover and Amino Acid Catabolism

Protein Turnover and Amino Acid Catabolism. Chem 454: Biochemistry II University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire. We Are Here. Amino acid metabolism. Urea Cycle. Introduction. Proteins are degraded into amino acids. Protein turnover is tightly regulated.

By Thomas
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Megaloblastic Anemia

Megaloblastic Anemia

Megaloblastic Anemia. Dr Rajaa Marouf. Objectives. Body stores and daily requirements of vitamin B12 and folate Absorption of vitamin B12 and folate from the gut Causes of vitamin B12 and folate deficiency Hematological consequences of vitamin B12 and folate deficiency

By Faraday
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Chapter 7: Deriving Energy From Food

Chapter 7: Deriving Energy From Food

Chapter 7: Deriving Energy From Food. Why do we need to breath? Oxygen allows us to extract energy from the food we consume. Energy  ATP Muscle contraction Thinking Cell repair. Requirements of Living. Recall: ATP 3 phosphates Powers a reaction by loosing the outermost phosphate

By noah
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Glycolysis Gluconeogenesis

Glycolysis Gluconeogenesis

Glycolysis Gluconeogenesis. One of best characterized pathways Characterized in the first half of 20th century Glucose --> 2 pyruvates + energy Strategy add phosphoryl groups to glucose convert phosphorylated intermediates into compounds with high phosphate group-transfer potentials

By urit
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Metabolism and Energy Production

Metabolism and Energy Production

Metabolism and Energy Production. Citric Acid Cycle Electron Transport Chain ATP Energy from Glucose Oxidation of Fatty Acids Metabolic Pathways for Amino Acids. Citric Acid Cycle. A reaction series that Operates under aerobic conditions only

By tyra
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b Oxidation

b Oxidation

b Oxidation. Energy from Fats. Overview. Just the first part is different!. Definition. b Oxidation – fatty acids are used to make Acyl-CoA molecules and broken down in mitochondria to make Acetyl-CoA molecules, which can enter the Krebs Cycle .

By zbigniew
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Chapter 23

Chapter 23

Copyright  The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. Permission required for reproduction or display. Chapter 23. Fatty Acid Metabolism. Denniston Topping Caret 5 th Edition. 23.1 Lipid Metabolism in Animals.

By estefani
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Principles of Metabolic Regulation

Principles of Metabolic Regulation

Principles of Metabolic Regulation. S 2006 BIOC 3406 02-23-06. Cells maintain a dynamic steady state. As conditions change, fluxes change, but levels of intermediates stay close to the same Internal. Changes in amounts of fuel regulate the speed of processing

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Carbohydrates

Carbohydrates

Carbohydrates. Carbohydrates are synthesized from carbon dioxide and water through photosynthesis, (CH 2 O)n, or Cn(H 2 O)n- 1 . Carbohydrates play critical roles as storage and structural compounds in cells. Carbohydrates are classified by the number of sugar units - monosaccharides

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Carbohydrate anabolism

Carbohydrate anabolism

Carbohydrate anabolism. We have covered some aspects of carbohydrate catabolism: glycolysis, PPP, citric acid cycle, etc. and now we turn to carbohydrate anabolic pathways that utilize ATP and reducing power for biosynthesis (ATP used to make favorable reactions)

By oihane
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CHAPTER 5 Nutrition, Laboratory Culture, and Metabolism of Microorganisms

CHAPTER 5 Nutrition, Laboratory Culture, and Metabolism of Microorganisms

CHAPTER 5 Nutrition, Laboratory Culture, and Metabolism of Microorganisms. Nutrition and Culture of Microorganisms.

By yanisin
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Oxidative Phosphorylation

Oxidative Phosphorylation

Oxidative Phosphorylation. General Considerations. How do we define oxidative phosphorylation? formation of ATP using the energy released by the transfer of electrons from NADH and FADH 2 through a series of electron carriers What couples the formation of ATP to the transfer of electrons?

By giles
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Amino acid oxidation and the production of urea

Amino acid oxidation and the production of urea

Amino acid oxidation and the production of urea. Nitrogen excretion and the urea cycle Degradation of carbon skeleton of amino acids. Amino acids undergo degradation under circumstances of:. During the normal synthesis and degradation of cellular proteins

By minda
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Carbohydrate anabolism

Carbohydrate anabolism

Carbohydrate anabolism. We have covered some aspects of carbohydrate catabolism: glycolysis, PPP, citric acid cycle, etc. and now we turn to carbohydrate anabolic pathways that utilize ATP and reducing power for biosynthesis (ATP used to make favorable reactions)

By garrison
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Sir Hans Adolf Krebs Sheffield University United Kingdom

Sir Hans Adolf Krebs Sheffield University United Kingdom

The Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine 1953. "for his discovery of co-enzyme A and its importance for intermediary metabolism". "for his discovery of the citric acid cycle” 1937. Sir Hans Adolf Krebs Sheffield University United Kingdom. Fritz Albert Lipmann Harvard Medical School

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Chromosome Terminology

Chromosome Terminology

Chromosome Terminology. Chromosome = 2 replicated DNA strands. Centromere = place where sister chromatids remain attached and kinetochore forms. Kinetochore = proteinaceous structure where microtubules attach. Chromatid = one DNA strand. Chromatid (sister).

By valiant
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Cellular Respiration

Cellular Respiration

Cellular Respiration. “Getting Energy to Make ATP”. Section 9.3 Pg. 237-243. Cellular Respiration. Plants and animals get glucose, but how do cells get energy from it Cellular Respiration Definition: the process by which mitochondria break down food molecules to produce ATP

By haile
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