Metabolic Pathways and Energy Production

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1 Metabolic Pathways and Energy Production Metabolism and ATP Energy Important Coenzymes Glycolysis
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2 Metabolism All the chemical reactions that occur in the cells of our bodies. Catabolic reactions Break down large molecules Provide energy for ATP Anabolic reactions Use small molecules to build large ones Require energy catabolic anabolic
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3 Cell Structure Typical animal cell Nucleus Chromosomes in the nucleus contain genetic material Cytoplasm is material between nucleus and cell membrane Mitochondria are where energy-producing reactions occur
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4 ATP Energy is released as food is oxidized Used to form ATP from ADP and P i ADP + P i + Energy ATP In cells, energy is provided by the hydrolysis of ATP ATP ADP + P i + Energy
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5 Structure of ATP O OH OH N N N N NH 2 CH 2 O P O P O P O - O O O O - O - O - adenine ribose adenosine triphosphate ATP ADP adenosine diphosphate
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6 Digestion of Foods Digestion is the first step of catabolism Carbohydrates glucose, fructose, galactose Proteins amino acids Lipids glycerol fatty acids
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