8.Carbohydrate pathways 2010

8.Carbohydrate pathways 2010 - The glyoxylate cycle....

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The glyoxylate cycle. Voet/Voet Fig. 23-10
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In Class Question If an enzyme such as isocitrate lyase were to act on the compound below, what would you predict the products would be? CH-COO - CH 2 -COO - CH 3 HO-C-COO -
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In Class Question Based on your understanding of the citrate synthase reaction show how you think the condensation of acetyl-CoA and glyoxylate will produce malate
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The glyoxylate cycle. Voet/Voet Fig. 23-10
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either used there for the citric acid cycle or it is shipped to the cytoplasm. In either route, the malate is converted to OAA. Shipping malate out of the mitochondria means that the cytoplasm as well as the mitochondria must have a malate dehydrogenase. If the mitochondria shipped OAA out instead, it should not need the cytoplasmic malate dehydrogenase. Why do you think the mitochondria ships malate out rather than shipping OAA out? In Class Question
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