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Unformatted text preview: Human Performance Lecture 3 16:59 Metabolsm Lecture Cont. Aerobic Metabolism (Know for exam) KC Cytochrome 1)All 3 Fuels (Cho, Fats, Proteins) 2)Bi-products CO2, H20, Energy (Urea-protein) 3)Enzymes-Cytochrome Oxidase 4)imitation Available O2 5)ATPs amount produced: CHO=34 & Fats=130 6)Respiratory Quotient (RQ)=VCO2/VO2 at .70=100% Fat at 1.00=100% CHO at .88 = 50% 50% 1RQ = 3.33% 7)Carb Pyruvate It goes either to Aerobic (low intensity) Or Anaerobic 8)Protein goes in to the Kerp system directly when metabolized. Oxidantion (Cho, Fat, Protein CO2, H2O, Energy) Phosphorilylation (ADP+P+Energy ATP) Cytochrome ADP/ATP ratio drives metabolic rate Popular Sports Sport ATP/Creatine P. Anaerobic Aerobic Baseball 80 20 0...
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This note was uploaded on 10/28/2010 for the course EXSC 205Lxg taught by Professor Girandola during the Spring '07 term at USC.
- Spring '07