Metabolism_presentation

Metabolism_presentation - Metabolism • All chemical...

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Metabolism Anabolism -genesis Glycogenesis Gluconeogenesis Lipogenesis Catabolism -lysis Glycogenolysis Glycolisis Lipolysis All chemical reactions necessary to maintain life Metabolic pathway – series of chemical reactions Cells - work centers of metabolism
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Key energy players -ATP Fundamental energy molecule used to power cell functions Major goal of metabolic pathways Short-lived: brief storage and release of energy 3 phosphate groups
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Key energy players - II NAD and FAD Derivatives of vit. B that act as energy couriers Oxidation: loss of electrons (H+ ions), release of energy Reduction: gain of electrons and energy Oxidation-reduction reactions (redox) Transfer of electrons
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Cellular Respiration A group of catabolic reactions in the cell that breaks down food fuels such as glucose. Main purpose
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cytoplasm cytoplasm mitochondrion
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Glycolysis Rapid, anaerobic process- does not require O2 Cytoplasm Cleaved into 2 molecules (3 C) of pyruvic acid that easily
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