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7.05 Recitation Session #7 – select answers TA: Chensi Ouyang Email: [email protected] (please out 7.05 in subject)
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7.05 Recitation Session #7 – select answers TA: Chensi Ouyang Email: [email protected] (please out 7.05 in subject) VI. Regulations of glycolysis What are the effects on glycolysis if high concentrations of the following were present? 1) glucose-6-phosphate – decreases concentration of pyruvate because at high concentrations, it inhibits hexokinase (too much g-6-P means no need to convert more glucose into g-6-P)
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Unformatted text preview: 2) ATP – decreases the concentration of pyruvate; high amounts of ATP means that there is excess energy and need to stop catabolism 3) AMP – increases the concentration of pyruvate; low amounts ATP and thus a need for more energy 4) Fructose-1,6-diphosphatase – promotes the conversion of Fructose-1,-6-diphosphate back into Fructose-6-phosphate and ultimately decreasing the concentration of pyruvate 5) Caffiene/epinephrine – promotes the conversion of glycogen to glucose thus producing more pyruvate...
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