Lecture 11- Energy Metabolism

Lecture 11- Energy Metabolism - Anarobic Metabolism •...

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Lecture 11: Energy Metabolism  21/01/2010 17:41:00 Why do we eat sugar? Sugar is a surrogate for energy Glucose + Oxygen -> (w/energy) carbon dioxide + water Energy Metabolism  Metabolism is the process of converting energy from carbon hydrogen bonds  to phosphate bonds In the cycle, food is added to create ATP, while work uses ATP and converts  it to ADP + P The process of glycolysis is used
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Unformatted text preview: Anarobic Metabolism • Production of ATP without oxygen • Uses oxidation phosphorylation in lactic acid ← Arobic Metabolism • Occurs with oxygen • Kreb’s cycle • Oxidation Phosphorylation/Election Transport ← ← Ketone Bodies • Occurs when there is no glucose • Acetyl CoA -> Acetone -> Beta-Hydroxybutyrate -> back to Acetyl CoA ← ← 21/01/2010 17:41:00 ← 21/01/2010 17:41:00 ←...
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