Lecture 9 - Monday February 8th, 2010 Kin 110 Lecture #9 1....

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Monday February 8 th , 2010 Kin 110 – Lecture #9 1. What are the “immediate energy stores” and how do they release energy? ATP ADP + energy Creatine Phosphate (rolls of quarters) Creatine Phosphate + ADP ATP + creatine Quick, local, but very limited in quantity (8-12 seconds of all-out activity) CHO breakdown regenerates ATP and CP 2. What is the product of non-oxidative glycolysis and how much energy is produced? Stored glucose molecules are available to produce energy (ATP) Glucose (6 carbons) process of glycolysis 2 molecules of pyruvate (3 carbons each) Glycolysis releases 2 ATP molecules for each molecule of glucose broken down. Pyruvate molecule can be converted to lactate (aka lactic acid). This is the typical produce during hard exercise. 3. Where does oxidated glycolysis take place? What are the products and how much energy is produced? Glucose
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This note was uploaded on 10/19/2011 for the course KIN 110 taught by Professor Lass during the Spring '08 term at UMass (Amherst).

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Lecture 9 - Monday February 8th, 2010 Kin 110 Lecture #9 1....

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