Chap 8 Biology

Chap 8 Biology - vs isomerase Know junction rxns pyruvante...

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Please begin to read Chap 8 (141-150) for Monday. Review concepts: catabolic pathways anabolic pathways types of energy, 1st and 2nd Laws of Thermo entropy Understand Free energy and its relation to stability, work capacity, spontaneity, exergonic, endergonic, entropy and enthalpy. 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) 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 Chap 9 p160-177 Understand principle of REDOX, NAD/NADH Know different stages of cellular respiration, and where occur Know difference between substrate level and oxidative phosphorylation Know Glycolysis-energy input, output, starting and ending molecules, G3P, DHAP Know compartments of mitochondria, matrix, inner membrane space, kinase
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Unformatted text preview: vs. isomerase Know junction rxns, pyruvante, coenzyme A, Acetyl CoA, decarboxylation What is the significance of the Jnct. Rxns? Know Citric Acid cycle-1st rxn, why is it a cycle? Decarboxylations, energy output Know electron transport chain, cytochromes, cytochrome oxidase, what is final electron accepter? Know how Free energy changes, and how relates to ATP synthesis Know chemiosmosis, ATP synthase, proton-motive force, how coupled to electron transport Understand summary of energy obtained (in theory) from glucose, be able to calculate efficiency of energy extraction from glucose (in theory it is 40 %). Study alcoholic and lactic acid fermentation. Do anaerobic organisms get energy from NADH? What waste product is produced in alcoholic fermentation? What is the significance of NAD as a co-enzyme? What is energy yield difference between anaerobic and aerobic respiration? Why does aerobic respiration need oxygen again?...
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