Lec 15 - Metabolism: The Bigger Picture. Regulation and...

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Metabolism: The Bigger Picture. Regulation and integration Compartments have different functions: reactions are separated.
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Energy metabolism integrates important reactions between organs Organs have different functions: not all reactions are shared
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Body activity consumes ATP Obviously, the need for energy and energy-related reactions is dependent on the level of activity
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Sources of ATP change (and so does race velocity) at prolonged activity The need for food uptake is not as large as some believe….
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The body has to cope with rhythms of food 5 mM or 90 mg/100ml blood glucose is normal glucose =C 6 H 12 O 6 1 M = 72+12+96 = 180 g/l = 180 mg/ml 1 mM = 0.18 mg/ml 5 mM = 0.9 mg/ml = 90 mg/100ml Blood glucose
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This note was uploaded on 07/15/2010 for the course BIS BIS103 taught by Professor Fiehns during the Winter '09 term at UC Davis.

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Lec 15 - Metabolism: The Bigger Picture. Regulation and...

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