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Human Performance 1

Human Performance 1 - NAD – mitochondrial NAD FAD –...

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Human Performance Lecture 2 16:59 Review ATP-ATPASE ADP+P+ E CHO,Fat,Protein—METABOLISM (ENERGY) ADP+P ATP Glycolysis 1)Fuel – Glucose 2)Enzymes – LDH,NAD* 3)ATP (2 Net) 4)End Product  - Pyruvate* If NAO2H not oxidized in Aerobic metabolism Then pyruvate becomes Hydrogen acceptor pyruvate+NAO2H—CDH Lactic Acid+NADox Efficiency Energy Conservation Eff=Derived E/Potential E     =288/686=40% Aerobic Metabolism (Lectures Main Discussion) Krebs cycle: Amino Acids-----                        | Pyruvate Acetyl Coenzyme                         |                  Free Fatty Acids Common Intermediate comes from Krebs Cycle CHO(carbs) Fat Protein and vice versa for conversion. Cytochrone System: H+Cyt => Energy then makes ATP Cytochrome Oxidase makes metabolic water H20
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Carbs = Carbon Hydrogen Oxygen Fat = C H O Protein = C H O N KC Co2+H
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Unformatted text preview: NAD – mitochondrial NAD FAD – Derivative riboflavin (vitamin B) used in metabolism in food. How much ATP Glucose (C6H12O6)+36ADP+6O2 6CO2+6H20+36ATP Palmitate (Fatty Acid saturated) (C16H32O2)+129ADP+23O2 16CO2+16H2O+129ATP Respiratory Quotient (RQ)/RQ=VCO2/VO2 RQ = CHO=6/6=1 RQ=Fat=16/23=.70 RQ Scale RQ Fat CHO .70 100 0 .80 66.7 33.3 .85 50 50 1.00 0 100 Formula. If it were .80 thn itd be 30 from 100. And then 30/100 = 3.33 so from 70 to 80 is 10 so do 10x3.33=33.3 *Fat>CHO by 3.5 times more. If we do ration, CHO>Fat by 11% % of E F P CH Rest 16:59 16:59...
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