3480%20Bioenergetics%2c%20Metabolism%2c%20%26%20Thermoregulation-1

3480%20Bioenergetics%2c%20Metabolism%2c%20%26%20Thermoregulation-1

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UNIVERSITY OF COLORADO – BOULDER DEPARTMENT OF INTEGRATIVE PHYSIOLOGY IPHY 3480 – WILLIAM C. BYRNES, PH.D. Reading Assignment: Text Chapter 4: Energy and Cellular Metabolism - pp. 94 - 116 Chapter 22: Metabolism and Energy Balance Terminology physiology energy homeostasis energetics free energy( G) rate limiting factor thermodynamics bioenergetics metabolism anabolism catabolism biological work chemical work transport work mechanical work chemical reaction reactants products exergonic reaction endergonic reaction activation energy reversible reaction irreversible reaction coupled reaction equilibrium constant (Eeq) mass action ratio enzyme isozymes intermediates feedback inhibition aerobic (oxidative) anaerobic (non-oxidative) adenosine triphosphate ATP synthase ATP ADP fat triglyceride fatty acid glycerol lipogenesis lipolysis ketones ketosis carbohydrate glucose glycogen lactic acid gluconoegenesis glycogenesis glycogenolysis glycolysis protein amino acid deamination transamination β -oxidation citric acid cycle electron transport system (chain) chemiosmotic theory oxidative phosphorylation cytochromes FAD (flavin adenine dinucleotide) NAD (nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide) leptin insulin glucagon energy balance body energy energy output energy intake feeding center satiety center direct calorimetry
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This note was uploaded on 02/15/2010 for the course IPHY 3480 taught by Professor Williambyrnes during the Fall '10 term at Colorado.

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