KIN110 Lec. 9 - Kinesiology 110 Spring 2009 Lecture 9...

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Kinesiology 110 Spring 2009 Barry Braun, PhD Lecture 9 questions (see Page 3 for summary slide of carbohydrate use for energy) 1. What are the “immediate energy stores” and how do they release energy? - ATP –> ADP + energy - Creatine phosphate (rolls of quarters) - Creatine phostphate + ADP –> ATP + creatine o Quick local but very limited in quantity (8-12 seconds of all-out activity) - CHO breakdown regenerates ATP and CP - Stored glucose molecules are available to produce energy (ATP) - Glucose (6 carbons) -> process of glycolysis -> 2 molecules of pyruvate (3 carbons each) - ** Glycolysis releases 2 ATP molecules for each molecule of glucose broken down ** 2. What is the product of non-oxidative glycolysis and how much energy is produced? 3. Where does oxidative glycolysis take place? What are the products and how much energy is produced? - The pyruvate molecule can be converted to lactate (also called lactic acid) - This is the typical product during hard exercise - An alternative to the breakdown of glucose to lactate is Oxidative Glycolysis
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This note was uploaded on 02/22/2011 for the course KIN 110 taught by Professor Lass during the Spring '08 term at UMass (Amherst).

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KIN110 Lec. 9 - Kinesiology 110 Spring 2009 Lecture 9...

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