StudyIdeas-DrBinderCummulative

StudyIdeas-DrBinderC - o transduction pathways and concepts o inter-relation of transduction pathways o multiple targets in an organism for a

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Ideas on how to study for Dr. Binder's cumulative portion of the final This is a guide on what to review and think about for the cumulative portion of the final exam. This part of the exam will be much more conceptual, and much less specific in details. Control of metabolic pathways o Thermodynamics and regulation of reactions o Energy charge regulation o Allosteric control of enzymes o Covalent modifications that alter enzymes o Reciprocal control o Feed-back and feed-forward o ATP regulation of reactions o Reciprocal control Hormonal regulation and signal transduction o reciprocal hormonal regulation
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Unformatted text preview: o transduction pathways and concepts o inter-relation of transduction pathways o multiple targets in an organism for a particular transduction pathway (for instance Protein kinase A) o Second messenger regulation of enzymes Inter-relations between specific pathways o important metabolic intermediaries that link pathways o important products formed o what pathways are used if a particular set of products is needed and what controls the flow through these pathways o Hub points in metabolism o Mechanisms for partitioning reactions (i.e. physical, chemical, other?)...
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This note was uploaded on 05/05/2011 for the course BIOL 400 taught by Professor Dr.biology during the Spring '11 term at University of Tennessee.

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