lecture 7 metabolism

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Pasteurization Not sterilization Used with heat sensitive liquids - milk, juice, beer, wine Kills most organisms Conditions designed to kill pathogens likely to be in sample Physical Methods of Control
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Learning goals: Lecture 7 Metabolism All Cells use common pathways/ or portions of these pathways to generate carbon based cellular constituents using simple sugars as substrates Central metabolic pathways Glycolysis Tricarboxylic acid (citric acid) cycle Pentose phospate cycle generate energy from light or from oxidation of a chemical Use enzymes to control metabolic steps Require metal ions and vitamins for co-enzymes and enzyme cofactors Use ATP as the “energy currency” Use NAD/NADH to balance oxidation/reduction reactions, transfer electrons
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Ra dia tio n Io nizing  ra dia tio n Re a c tive  o xyg e n DNA da m a g e He a t
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