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Malate-aspartate shuttle fig19-29
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Malate-aspartate shuttle
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Malate-aspartate shuttle viewed as e- carrying process OAA OAA malate malate NAD H NAD + NAD H NAD +
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Malate-aspartate shuttle viewed as e- carrying process with set of transaminations between OAA/Asp , and aKG/Glu OAA OAA malate malate NAD H NAD + NAD H NAD + Asp Asp aKG aKG Glu Glu
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Glycerol 3-P shuttle fig19-30
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coupling is… chemiosmotic
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fig19-34 Nature’s electric blanket use of uncoupling for a biological purpose
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Why does uncoupling cause such a dramatic increase in O consumption? fig19-20
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ACCEPTOR CONTROL fig19-33 bottom Why does limited ADP decrease the rate of resp. chain? or…
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fig19-17
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e- flow is coupled to ATP production
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low ADP NADH fig19-33 middle NADH and ATP/ADP levels directly affect the Krebs cycle…
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ADP ATP fig19-33 middle NADH and ATP/ADP levels directly affect the Krebs cycle…
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fig19-33 top and glycolysis is similarly affected by ATP citrate and NADH
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fig19-33 the whole darn thing… regulation of all three phases of glucose break- down combination of effects of accumulation of a number of molecules, including NADH, ATP, citrate, acetyl-CoA
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part II intro fig4 Anabolism!!!
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fig 14-15 Carbohydrate synthesis in the biosphere
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fig 14-16 Carbohydrates a two-lane highway…
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Three big steps down… or up table 14-2
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