7- Cellular Metabolism_Review Sheet

7- Cellular Metabolism_Review Sheet - Cellular Metabolism...

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Exercise 7 Review Sheet Where does the energy that we use ultimately come from? ATP!!! Food? What is the purpose of cellular respiration? (i.e. what is being made?) ATP is being made Why does cellular respiration have to occur in steps? What molecule are we breaking down in cellular respiration? Glucose What is the difference between an anaerobic and an aerobic process? Anaerobic is no oxygen, aerobic needs oxygen What is a redox reaction? (…reduction/oxidation reaction) When one molecule transfers an electron to another molecule. What do we mean when we say that a molecule is oxidized? Reduced? The molecule that receives the electron is reduced and the molecule that losed the electron is oxidized. What is OILRIG? Is NAD+ the reduced or oxidized form? How about NADH? NAD+ is the oxidized form. NADH is the reduced form Is FAD the reduced or oxidized form? How about FADH 2 ? FAD is the oxidized form. FADH2 is the reduced form. What is the purpose of the above two molecules? These molecules ‘shuttle’ electrons to the electron transport chain. ATP is made by adding a phosphate group to _______________. Adenine and ribose What is a competitive inhibitor? What is a non-competitive inhibitor? Glycolysis Requires oxygen? NO! Where does it occur? Cytoplasm How many net ATP are produced? 2 ATP
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This note was uploaded on 06/28/2008 for the course BIOL 111 taught by Professor Rizzo during the Spring '07 term at Texas A&M.

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