review for bio exam 2

review for bio exam 2 - Metabolism and Cellular Respiration...

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Metabolism and Cellular Respiration Review Chap 8 p141-155 Know catabolic vs anabolic pathways Catabolic: Anabolic Types of energy: 1st Law of Thermodynamics 2nd Laws of Thermo Understand Free energy and its relation to: Stability Work capacity Spontaneity Exergonic Endergonic Entropy Enthalpy
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Understand metabolic disequilibrium understand energy coupling the importance of ATP hydrolysis of ATP Know Delta G for glucose ATP NADH rxns know calorie vs. Calorie (kcal) calorie Calorie (kcal) Know catalysts enzymes cofactors coenzymes Know Energy of activation and how enzymes affect Ea Understand the importance of tertiary protein structure to enzymes, active sites and enzyme substrate complex
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Chap 9 p160-177 Understand principle of REDOX Principles of NAD/NADH Know different stages of cellular respiration, and where occur Know difference between substrate level and oxidative phosphorylation Know Glycolysis- energy input energy output starting molecules ending molecules, G3P, DHAP
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