Cell Pop _ 14 Spring 2005

Cell Pop _ 14 Spring 2005 - CELL FIZZZZ 10 MIN TEST # 14(a)...

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CELL FIZZZZ 10 MIN TEST # 14(a) NAME Spring 2005 a. allosteric control b. compartmentation c. covalent modification d. enzyme induction e. michaelis-menten kinetics f. negative feedback g. pacemaker reactions h. product inhibition i. regulation by limiting metabolites 1. fatty acid degradation is located inside the mitochondria and synthesis of fatty acids in the cystol. 2. a single key metabolite of a pathway can limit the overall turnover of substrate. non-reversible reactions which are necessary for continuation of the pathway. 3. In EMP, fructose-6-PO 4 to fructose-1,6-bisPO 4 is not reversible. 4. enzymes usually operate at at a [S] less than Km 5. usually involves slowing down one reaction of the sequence at a time 6. binding of a ligand to enzyme at a site other than the active site may change the conformation of the enzyme, etc. 7. the end product of the metabolic sequence will inhibit the initial enzyme of the sequence- cells can't have all of the necessary enzymes at all times. 8. making enzymes in response to a substrate
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This note was uploaded on 04/29/2008 for the course BIO 4333 taught by Professor E during the Spring '08 term at Baylor.

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Cell Pop _ 14 Spring 2005 - CELL FIZZZZ 10 MIN TEST # 14(a)...

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