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Exam 4 study guide - Chapter 6 Study guide DO NOT USE THIS...

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Chapter 6 Study guide DO NOT USE THIS AS AN ALL INCLUSIVE STUDY GUIDE 1. Compare anabolism with catabolism and endergonic reactions with exergonic reactions. 2. Discuss the significance of the enzyme-substrate complex, explaining how it affects the activation energy of a reaction. 3. Compare and contrast competitive vs. non-competitive inhibition. 4. Draw a metabolic pathway, showing how feedback inhibition works. 5. Distinguish between autotrophy and heterotrophy as patterns of metabolism. 6. Briefly describe the function of significance of glycolysis, the TCA cycle and the electron transport chain to a bacterial cell. 7. State why one molecule of glucose is able to produce two molecules of pyruvate during glycolysis. 8. Where in glycolysis is NADH produced? 9. During aerobic respiration, state what happens to the 2 NADH produced during glycolysis. 10. During aerobic respiration, state what happens to the two molecules of pyruvate produced during glycolysis. 11. State the total number of NADH and FADH 2 produced for each acetyl-CoA that enters the TCA cycle. 12. During aerobic respiration, state what happens to the NADH and the FADH
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