Chpt. 13 overview of basic cellular metabolism

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Overview of Basic Cellular Metabolism (Ch 13) Breakdown of Food Molecules to Produce ATP: Energy Production Glycolysis: a Central Pathway in the Cell Acetyl CoA Formation (From Pyruvate or Fatty acids) Tricarboxylic Acid Cycle (Citric Acid Cycle) Electron Transport and the Chemical Synthesis of ATP Energy Storage
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Stepwise Release of Energy in Cells
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Overview of oxidative carbon metabolism and its cellular compartmentation (13-2)
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Glycolysis Step 1. Hexokinase Step 2. PGlu isomerase Step 3. PFru Kinase Step 4. Aldolase (DHAP/G3P) Step 5. Triose P isomerase
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Glycolysis (pt 3) Step 6. G-3-P DH Step 7. Phosphoglycerate kinase Step 8. Pglycerate mutase Step 9. Enolase Step 10. Pyruvate kinase
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Decarboxylation of Pyruvate and Formation of Acetyl CoA
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Unformatted text preview: (Mito Matrix) Oxidation of Fats and Sugars is Completed in Mitochondrial Matrix Fatty acids released by esterases (from TAG) TCA Cycle (Citric Acid Cycle, Krebs Cycle) Oxidation of Acetyl CoA, Production of CO 2 , Some ATP(GTP), and Alot of Reduced Coenzymes (NADH/FADH2) TCA cycle (Steps 1, 2) Step 1. Step 2. TCA Cycle (Steps 3, 4) TCA Cycle (Steps 5, 6) TCA Cycle (Steps 7, 8) TCA Cycle ATP Synthesis: Oxidation of Coenzymes and Phosphorylation of ADP (Mito Membranes Ch 14) Precusors for Biosynthesis Storage of Carbon for Energy Carbohydrates Lipids (Fat) Cellular Metabolism is organized and highly regulated...
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