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CHEM 1530 Exam #4 Study Guide

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CHEM 1530 Exam #4 Study Guide (Chap 26 & 29) Spring 2008 (4/8/08). Instructor: JDavis You are responsible for all the material discussed in class, in the textbook, in the Power Point lec- ture notes and the home work assignments. The study guide in meant to provide a listing of major topics/concepts covered during this last segment of the semester. Chapter 25.5 – 25.8: Lipid Metabolism 1. Know what is Beta-oxidation is; how many NADH, FADH 2 , and Acetyl CoA molecules are made in a single spiral. This should include the nature of the four reactions and basic know- ledge of what happens chemically in each reaction. 2. Be able to calculate the number of ATP molecules made via Beta-oxidation from a given fatty acid (like we did for palmitic acid in class). (The number of carbons in the fatty acid will be given to you, so don’t memorize the structure of any fatty acids.). 3. Be able to name the ketone bodies produced in the liver and know under what conditions the liver will synthesis these molecules; Be able to define ketogenesis.
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