Metabolism Lecture - Metabolism Click to edit Master...

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5/24/11 Metabolism The reactions (rxn’s) in the body used to generate control energy (E) Catabolism – break down Release E Organic molecules Nutrient Pool (Large) (Small) Anabolism – build up
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5/24/11 Glucose supplies E to make ATP Cells use ATP for growth, repair, reproduction, all jobs Aerobic Respiration in mitochondria Glucose + O2 36 ATP Catabolism H2O + CO2 + HEAT
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5/24/11 Glycolysis As soon as a glucose molecule enters the cytoplasm, a phosphate group is attached to the molecule. A second phosphate group is attached. Together, steps 1 and 2 cost the cell 2 ATP. The six-carbon chain is split into two three-carbon molecules, each of which then follows the rest of this pathway. Another phosphate group is attached to each molecule, and NADH is generated from NAD. One ATP molecule is formed
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