Chapter6CarbonMetabolism

Chapter6CarbonMetabolism - Lecture 11 - Metabolism Use and...

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Lecture 11 - Metabolism Use and synthesis of Carbon Compounds
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Learning Objectives Distinguish between anabolic and catabolic reactions. Understand that a reduction reaction requires energy that can be provided by the energy released by an oxidation reaction. Explain how redox energy is transferred by electrons. Explain how an enzyme functions as a biological catalyst. Distinguish between competitive and noncompetitive (allosteric) enzyme inhibitors. Understand how the denaturing of enzymes causes organisms to die. Sketch an overview diagram of bacterial metabolism including glycolysis, pentose phosphate pathway, fermentation, pyruvate oxidation, the TCA cycle, and the respiratory chain. Explain the concept of bacterial central catabolism, with modular additions. State the purpose and list three main products of glycolysis. Explain how the oxidative decarboxylation of pyruvate produces energy. State the purpose and list three main products of the TCA cycle.
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