6. Energy Metabolism - oxidative phosy_for class

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Metabolism 1 Review 1. What is glycolysis? 2. What is glycogenesis? 3. How many ATP do you get out of glycolysis? a. Starting with glycogen? b. Starting with glucose? 4. What is the disadvantage of glycolysis? The Oxidative System Requires _____to break down fuels for energy (aerobic) Produces ATP in _____ of cells Yields much more energy (ATP) Primary method of energy production in _________events
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Metabolism 2 Food fuels: ____________ Three processes involved: Aerobic Glycolysis Krebs Cycle Electron Transport Chain Oxidative Production of ATP Aerobic Glycolysis and the Electron Transport Chain Oxygen needed! Krebs Cycle
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Metabolism 3 Aerobic Glycolysis and the Electron Transport Chain Electron Transport Chain ATP can be created in 2 ways: 1. Directly – ADP + P 2. Indirectly – Hydrogen carried to electron transport chain
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Metabolism 4 Metabolism of Food Fuels Pyruvic acid ––> acetyl coenzyme A Acetyl CoA enters Krebs Cycle ––> 2 ATP, carbon dioxide, and hydrogen
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