Major Points, Lecture 23 SS10

Major Points, Lecture 23 SS10 - BSCI105 Freshman Connection...

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BSCI105, Freshman Connection Fall 2010 Major Points, Lecture 23 (Chapter 9, 40) 1. What is the preferred substrate for glycolysis? 2. What other kinds of molecules can be used as substrates for cellular respiration? 3. Where do other sugars enter the process of cellular respiration (in general)? 4. What are two products of fat digestion that can be used as metabolic substrates? 5. Where does glycerol enter the process of cellular respiration? 6. What is beta-oxidation? 7. What are the products of beta-oxidation? Where do they enter the process of cellular respirations? 8. What are ketone bodies? Where are they made? Where are they used? 9. What is "deamination?" 10. What is the useful product of deamination? 11. What are the two major types of pathways that alpha-keto acids can enter? What are their products, and where do they enter the process of cellular respiration? 12. Do all amino acids make the same metabolic intermediates? 13. What are some important characteristics of metabolic pathways?
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This note was uploaded on 12/08/2011 for the course BSCI 105 taught by Professor Jensen during the Summer '07 term at Maryland.

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