5.1 Overall Picture of the Relationship between Metabolism a

5.1 Overall Picture of the Relationship between Metabolism...

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Overall Picture of the Relationship between Metabolism and Energy Energy-yielding Cell Macromolecules Nutrients - carbohydrates - proteins - lipids - polysaccharides - proteins - lipids - nucleic acids Chemical Energy ADP NAD + NADP + Catabolism Anabolism - energy is released - energy is added - exergonic reaction - endergonic reaction ATP NADH + H + NADPH + H + Energy-poor Precursor End Products Molecules - CO 2 - amino acids - H 2 O - sugars - NH 3 - fatty acids - nitrogenous bases
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Unformatted text preview: Catabolism – degradative phase of metabolism; energy is released when the bonds of the molecules are broken Anabolism – biosynthesis; energy is added or taken in to make molecules and is stored in the bonds Regulation of Metabolic Pathways 1. through the action of allosteric enzymes 2. hormonal regulation 3. through regulating the concentration of its enzymes in the cell...
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