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Bio Engineering Review Lecture 1 1. Glycolysis Summary a. Making pyrvate from glucose b. How many ATP’s are generated? i. There is a net input of 2 ATP ii. End with 2 ATP and 2 NADH (6 potential ATP) c. Glycolsis occurs in the cytosol 2. Each step represents a conversion of one molecule to another a. Understand how changing the amount of the reactants will change the products i. When the 2 ATP cannot donate… 1. The reaction cannot continue ii. When there are fewer phosphate groups… 1. The pathway becomes blocked and there are fewer ADP iii. When half of phosphate is lost.. 1. The reaction will not be as efficient, half the time to generate NADH iv. Why is the amount of phosphate important? 1. The rate constant will change if the concentration changes b. The rate constant is what drives the reaction c. Where the path splits, they are still the same products even if the reaction branches 3. Why will the steps take place?
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