Lecture #5 Notes - Energy Basics

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Lecture #5 Notes Identify the high-energy phosphates and discuss their roles in various forms of biological work Describe anaerobic energy release Describe lactate information Describe the Krebs cycle and electron transport Compare energy yield from different sources 1) Anabolism and Catabolism a) Anabolism – requires Energy i) Glucose + Glucose + [Energy] Glycogen b) Catabolism – releases energy i) ATP + H20 ATP + P [-7.3 Kcal] ii) Glycogen Glucose + [Energy] c) (ATP)- Adenosine Tri-Phosphate d) Because energy from ATP powers all forms of biological work, ATP is the cell’s energy currency. 2) ATP – The Energy Currency 3) ATP Hydrolysis 4) How to Make ATP a) ATP available in cells i) Immediate energy Source b) ATP produced by anaerobic metabolism i) Short-term energy source c) ATP produced by oxidation (aerobic metabolism) i) Long term energy source d) The rate duration continuum is what determines ATP – Driving Force 5) ATP a Limited Supply 6) ATP Produced by Anaerobic Metabolism a)
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