CH_5B_Notes

CH_5B_Notes - A. Structure of ATP B. Hydrolysis of ATP C....

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BIOL1111 Chapter 5B a Energy and the Cell 5.10 Cells transform energy as they perform work A. What type of work does the cell do? B. Define energy C. Define Kinetic energy and heat D. Define Potential energy and chemical energy E. Compare kinetic energy and potential energy 5.11 Two laws govern energy transformations A. What is thermodynamics?
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B. State the First Law of Thermodynamics C. State the Second Law of Thermodynamics What does entropy mean? D. Compare energy transformations in a car vs a cell 5.12 Chemical reactions either release or store energy A. Exergonic reactions (draw example) B. Endergonic reactions (draw example)
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C. Define metabolism D. Define energy coupling 5.13 ATP shuttles chemical energy and drives cellular work
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Unformatted text preview: A. Structure of ATP B. Hydrolysis of ATP C. Three main types of cellular work 5.14 Enzymes speed up the cells chemical reactions by lowering energy barriers. A. Energy of activation (Ea) B. Role of Enzymes 5.15 A specific enzyme catalyzes each cellular reaction A. Characteristics of enzyme B. Substrates and active site C. Four major steps of the catalytic cycle of an enzyme 1. 2. 3. 4. D. Optimal Conditions for Enzymes E. Cofactors 5.16 Enzyme inhibitors block enzyme action and can regulate enzyme activity in a cell. A. Competitive inhibitor B. Noncompetitive inhibitor C. Feedback Inhibition...
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CH_5B_Notes - A. Structure of ATP B. Hydrolysis of ATP C....

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