BIO250 Spr11-31

406 13 fig 16 17 origins of biosynthetic reducing

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Unformatted text preview: 3 Fig. 16-17 Origins of Biosynthetic Reducing Power Fig. 21-9 Reducing power is generated during Reducing oxidative catabolism, and is needed during reductive anabolism during So why is NADPH rather than NADH So used for this anabolic process? used 14 11.4.06 Where Does Cytosolic Acetyl-CoA Come From? Fig. 21-10 cytosol 15 Acetyl-CoA comes from citrate, which can come Acetyl-CoA out of the TCA cycle (under what conditions?) out But there’s a “location” problem, And a problem of reducing power… 11.4.06 One Transporter is Not Enough! cytosol Fig. 21-10 16 And malic And enzyme can also be part of the solution the Under what Under conditions would the cell want to have abundant acetyl-CoA in the cytosol? the 11.4.06 Think about the regulation… Fig. 21-11 17 Why shou...
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