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Bioenergetics
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ATP Synthesis Pathways
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Oxidation and Reduction
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Brief Intro to Enzymes Metal Ion or = Organic Molecule = Organic Cofactor Polypeptide
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Brief Intro to Enzymes NAD + and NADH are Coenzymes
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Brief Intro to Enzymes
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ATP – Energy Currency of Cells
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ATP-Producing Pathways
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Outline of Glycolysis An Enzyme and Coenzyme mediated catabolic pathway Glucose Pyruvate NAD + ATP ATP NADH
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Outline of Glycolysis Enzyme
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Outline of Glycolysis Glucose Pyruvate NAD + ATP ATP NADH
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Regeneration of NAD +
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Regeneration of NAD + Glycolysis Pyruvate (2e - )
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Electron Transport Glycolysis Pyruvate above is why aerobes need O 2
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Homolactic Acid Fermentation Glycolysis
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Alcoholic Fermentation Glycolysis Beer Bread
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Alcoholic Fermentation
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Mixed-Acid Fermentation This is why we Fart!
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Other Fermentation Pathways
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ATP Synthesis Pathways
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Unformatted text preview: Procurement of C & Energy The Basic Nutritional Needs of Organisms are for Energy and for Carbon We can distinguish procurement strategies into: Autotrophic (C) Heterotrophic (C) Phototrophic (energy) Chemotrophic (energy) Autotrophs Eat CO 2 Heterotrophs Eat Others (all but photosynthetic most protozoa & algae) (except cyanobacteria + certain archaebacteria, e.g., such as those that eat whale sulfides) Phototrophs Eat Light Chemotrophs Eat Reduced Molecules Chemotrophs Eat Reduced Molecules (all but photosynthetic protozoa & algae) (except cyanobacteria + green & purple non-sulfur bacteria) Nutritional Categories (overview) Link to Next Presentation...
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This note was uploaded on 06/03/2011 for the course MCB 205 taught by Professor Abedon during the Spring '11 term at Ohio State.

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