Major Points, Lecture 19 SS10

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BSCI105, Freshman Connection Fall 2010 Major Points, Lecture 19 (Chapter 9) 1. Define/contrast the terms "heterotroph" and "autotroph." 2. What molecule is thought of as the "cellular energy currency?" 3. Is the hydrolysis of ATP to ADP a positive or negative free energy reaction? 4. Explain the concept of reaction coupling, including how ATP transfers energy to reactions. 5. What is the ADP/ATP cycle? 6. What are three processes that make ATP? 7. Define "substrate-level phosphorylation." 8. What type of protein drives substrate-level phosphorylation? 9. What is the "point" of cellular respiration? What does it do? 10. What are the three main stages of cellular respiration? 11. What is the preferred substrate for glycolysis? 12. Sugars that enter glycolysis are converted into what molecules? How many? 13. Does glycolysis require oxygen? 14. What is the net yield of ATP and NADH from glycolysis? 15. Where does glycolysis occur?
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16. What type of phosphorylation occurs during ATP production by glycolysis? 17. How many ATP are spent getting glycolysis going?
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