EXCS REVIEW

EXCS REVIEW - 7:31:00 PM 3 Forms of Stored Energy ATP/CP-immediate energy(10-15 calories seconds it will last Glycogen-form of sugar in

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21/03/2007 21:31:00 3 Forms of Stored Energy ATP/CP-immediate energy (10-15 calories, seconds it will last) Glycogen-form of sugar in muscles (12-1600 calories, 2 mins (ana) Fat-lot of calories o 9.1 calories/gram Fat * 454=4131 cal/lb fat Metabolism Anaerobic Glycolysis (Glyc=carbohydrates)-(cytoplasm, cytosol) o Protein ((amino cacid)) /carb/fat only CARBS o 1 mol glucose-2 pyruvates (Gross- 4 ATP, NET-2 ATP) pyruvate can make lactic acid or Aerobic Metabolism o Aerobic metabolism ( 2 STEPS)-with oxygen (mitochondria) Krebb Cycle (use all 3) Acetyle Co Enzyme A (comes from NAD2H) Cytochrome System-chain of events H’s (hydro electron) Breakdown of H’s results in ATP NAD used is a bus and H’s are passengers Last stop is oxygen, H’s latch on to O2=metabolic water Traffic jam results in lactic acid (pyruvates reacts with  NAD2H) ATP Totals 1 mol of glucose (CHO) ANAEROBIC: 2 ATP, AEROBIC: 34 ATP, 
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1 mol of fat (palmitate) ANAEROBIC: ) ATP, AEROBIC: 129-130 ATP Carbs (C, H, O’s) Fats (C, H, O’s-diff proportions) Proteins (C, H, O,  N’s -nitrogen) When breaking down fat, you must have 3.5 more times of oxygen 11% more ATP from carbs than fat per O2
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