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Which of the following occurs during the first cycle of fatty acid chain synthesis? A. The malonyl group from malonyl-CoA is transferred to the acyl carrier protein (ACP). B. The malonyl group is transferred to the acetyl group. C. Malonyl-CoA is decarboxylated as it is transferred to the acyl carrier protein (ACP). D. The acetoacetyl-ACP formed in the condensation step is transferred from the acyl carrier protein (ACP) to β -ketoacyl-ACP synthase (KS).
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Acetyl-CoA Carboxylase: activation of acetyl-CoA Acetyl-CoA + ATP + HCO 3 Malonyl-CoA + ADP + P i (Biotin is temporary carrier of carboxylate group) Figure 21-1
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Figure 21-5/6 The Cycle: 1. Condensation 2. Reduction 3. Dehydration 4. Reduction 5. Translocation 6. Recharging
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Figure 21-6/7 How many reaction cycles to make palmitate? 7 The net reaction: 8 Ac-CoA + 7ATP + 14 NADPH + 14H + palmitate + 8CoA + 7ADP + 7P i + 14 NADP + + 6H 2 O
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Phosphatidic acid is synthesized first Figure 21-17
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Figure 21-18 Phosphatidic acid used to form TAG or glycerophospholipid This is where the pathway branches:
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Chapter 21 -- Lipid Biosynthesis •Synthesis of membrane lipids •Synthesis of cholesterol
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Which of the following lipids or lipid-derived molecules has a glycerol backbone? A. sphingomyelin B. cerebroside C. estrogen D. plasmalogen
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Figure 10-6 Moving on to the synthesis of membrane lipids (smooth ER)…
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Figure 10-8 Figure 10-9
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Figure 10-12 What type of bond is this? amide
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Figure 21-18 Phosphatidic acid used to form TAG or glycerophospholipid
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Figure 21-23 Polar Head-group attachment
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Figure 21-24 Eukaryotes use both strategies Prokaryotes only use strategy 1
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Figure 21-25 E. Coli uses strategy 1 to synthesize common glycerophospholipids cardiolipin phosphatidylethanolamine
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Figure 21-25 Bacteria use phosphatidylglycerol 3-phosphate and phosphatidylserine to synthesize cardiolipin and phosphatidylethanolamine
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This note was uploaded on 02/16/2009 for the course CH 53355 taught by Professor Raymond during the Spring '09 term at University of Texas at Austin.

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