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4/18/2011 1 G-1-P Glycogen (n) UDP -Glucose Glycogen (n-1) Glycogen (n-1) UTP PP 2P Other tissues, like the heart, may alter this pattern .
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4/18/2011 2 Citric Acid Cycle Chapter 16 Fermentation is a low-energy process - no net oxidation Page 582 C 6 H 12 O 6 + 6 O 2 6 CO 2 + 6 H 2 O D G o’ = -2823 kJ/mol C 6 H 12 O 6 2 C 3 H 6 O 3 D G o’ = -196 kJ/mol 92% of original free energy present per mol glucose is still present in fermentation product (lactate). Respiration = process by which aerobes obtain energy from oxidation of fuel molecules by molecular oxygen.
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4/18/2011 3 16-1 How many ATP’s are produced by glycolysis? 2/glucose 30-32 ATP/glucose PDC linking step TCA cycle ETS OxPhos 19-1 Mitochondria: Site of the linking step and the TCA cycle This organelle has an oxidizing environment, and interesting evolutionary history
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4/18/2011 4 Words Coined by Roger J. Williams Pantothenic acid, 1933 A B-vitamin. (Greek pantothen = “from everywhere”; now known to apply equally well to many other nutrients) Williams, R. J., Lyman, C. M., Goodyear, G. H., Truesdail, J. H. and Holaday, D. Pantothenic Acid, A Growth Determinant of Universal Biological Occurrence. J. American Chemical Society, 1933; 55:2912-27. Folic acid, 1941
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ch16n2-jdr - Glycogen(n Glycogen(n-1 Glycogen(n-1 G-1-P UTP...

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