Lecture #5 Notes - Energy ppt

Lecture #5 Notes - Energy ppt - Basics of Human Energy...

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Lecture #5 Energy Basics Basics of Human Energy Transfer Understand the following: Identify high-energy phosphates Describe anaerobic energy release Describe lactate formation Describe the Krebs cycle and electron transport Compare energy yield from different sources
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Lecture #5 Energy Basics Anabolism and Catabolism _Anabolism____ - requires energy __Catabolism____ - releases energy Because energy from ATP powers all forms of biologic work, _ATP_ is the cell’s energy currency
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Lecture #5 Energy Basics ATP - The Energy Currency Figure 1.
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Lecture #5 Energy Basics ATP Hydrolysis ATP + H 2 0 –––> ADP + P [ -7.3 kCal _ ] Takes place immediately without O2 A Very rapid system Limited supply of ATP
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Lecture #5 Energy Basics ATP - A Limited Supply Body stores: 80-100 g (3.5 oz), enough for only sec of energy ATP: resynthesis important.
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Lecture #5 Energy Basics Cellular Oxidation A molecule becomes reduced when it: *accepts electrons from an electron donar The molecule that gives up the electron
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