Lecture16 - are not converted to PEP or pyruvate If all...

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What about other nutrients How do we make building blocks if all six carbons from glucose become CO 2
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What about other nutrients How do we make building blocks if six carbons from glucose become CO 2 But Krebs cycle intermediates are present at low concentrations
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All carbon in acetyl CoA would go to CO 2
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What about other nutrients How do we make building blocks if six carbons from glucose become CO 2 But Krebs cycle intermediates are present at low concentrations What if you were a plant (or invertebrate) using fat or oils as your carbon source--these are not converted to PEP or pyruvate
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What about other nutrients How do we make building blocks if six carbons from glucose become CO 2 But Krebs cycle intermediates are present at low concentrations What if you were a plant (or invertebrate) using fat or oils as your carbon source--these
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Unformatted text preview: are not converted to PEP or pyruvate If all NADH is reoxidized, where do we get reducing power Oxidize glucose-6-phosphate with NADP twice to ribulose-5-phosphate (with a decarboxylation) 3 ve carbon ribulose-5- phosphate rearrange to two fructose-6-phosphate and glyceraldehyde-3-phosphate and return to glycolysis G F 3 2 1 F Or, produce ribose for nucleic acids Ribose What about other nutrients How do we make building blocks if six carbons from glucose become CO 2 But Krebs cycle intermediates are present at low concentrations What if you were a plant (or invertebrate) using fat or oils as your carbon source--these are not converted to PEP or pyruvate If all NADH is reoxidized, where do we get reducing power What if we ingest sugars other than glucose...
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This note was uploaded on 01/12/2010 for the course MCB 100B taught by Professor Alper/calendar during the Fall '08 term at University of California, Berkeley.

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Lecture16 - are not converted to PEP or pyruvate If all...

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