bio110 lecture 10-14

Bio110 lecture 10-14 - • Consume Particles Bacteria osmotrophs • Consume solution o “enzymes” Run these acids Most enzymes employ the

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Macromolecues can travel Syndosis Handout Metabolism Introduction Thermodynamics/kenetics Enzymes Regulation Syththesis of Macromolecules 1. Precursors 2. Dehydration/condensation 3. Energy Macromolecue > 1000’s of Daltons Dalton = wt H atom Polymers o Polysachides o Nucleaic Acid 4 types o Protein 20 Amino Acids Monomer Polymer o Condensation ATP- ADP + glycodec bond, phosphoric bond, peptide bond Metabolism o All the Rx’s within a Cell
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o Autotrophs o Heterotrophs o Inorganic Chemicals H2S s + H2 (Hydrogen Sulfide) o Heterotrophy Phagotroph
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Unformatted text preview: • Consume Particles Bacteria osmotrophs • Consume solution. o “enzymes” Run these acids. Most enzymes employ the system of ions. Protien itself is not fully active unless its associated with metal ions. They go through a catalytic cycle. Can be used over and over again. Can do the same thing over and over very rapidly. • Anabolic: sythnesis, reduction small bigger protein synthesis • Catabolic: degradation oxidation bigger smaller respiration o Produce ATP & NADPH • Drive anabolic process....
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This note was uploaded on 10/29/2008 for the course BIO 110 taught by Professor N/a during the Spring '08 term at Cal Poly Pomona.

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Bio110 lecture 10-14 - • Consume Particles Bacteria osmotrophs • Consume solution o “enzymes” Run these acids Most enzymes employ the

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