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Unformatted text preview: metabolites. What is the name of the enzyme? Is it an oxidation, reduction, both? i) This reaction is much more favorable with G 0 -20 kJ/mole. What would Q have to be in order for this reaction to proceed in the forward direction? j) What is Q under the conditions in the cell, if [glycerate 3-phosphate] = 13.5 M; [ADP] = 1mM; [ATP] = 10mM and [1,3BPG] = from (e)? Will the reaction occur with the concentration of 1,3-BPG obtained in (e)? k) How many moles of ATP (for each mole of glucose) does this step in glycolysis produce? l) Steps 6 and 7 in glycoysis constitute an energy-coupling process. What is the common intermediate? Why is it coupled? m) What is the combined G ? Write the NET equation and the NET mass-action ratio (Q) for steps 6 and 7. n) What is NET G for the combined reaction? What is the advantage of that value?...
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This note was uploaded on 02/02/2010 for the course BIOCHEM Biochem440 taught by Professor Dr.klevit during the Winter '09 term at University of Washington.
- Winter '09