November 10, 2003 - Cell Respiration

November 10, 2003 - Cell Respiration - I. Cell Respiration...

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I. Cell Respiration a. Outside mitochondria are the enzyimes that start glycolysis i. Many enzymes are affixed to wall b. Glycolysis i. Step by step degradation down to pyruvic acid 1. does not need oxygen c. Pyruvic acid, pyruvate, citric acid, citrate, etc., etc. i. Ionized at cellular level ii. Basically all the same thing, don’t flip out d. Pyruvic acid into the mitochondria and the Kreb Cycle i. CO2 molecules produced and the production of a number of fully reduced transport molecules 1. important bc they will feed energized molecules in the … something e. Substrate Phosphorilation i. Few atps produced this way ii. Involves the direct transfer of a phosphate group to adp from an organic compound possessing high energy bonds that iare more unstaple than in atp f. Pep i. One of the substrates along with adp that fit in the active site of an enzyme, pyruvate kinase, that all fit until hydrolysis that forms atp and pyruvic acid. In the substrate form an atp and pyruvic acid and PA. ii.
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This note was uploaded on 10/12/2011 for the course BIOLOGY 100 taught by Professor Smith during the Spring '11 term at South Carolina Upstate.

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November 10, 2003 - Cell Respiration - I. Cell Respiration...

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