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LECTURE 29 ANNOUNCEMENTS CONTROL OF GLYCOGEN PHOSPHORYLASE: HORMONAL AND LOCAL CONTROL R - T EQUILIBRIUM OF GP CONTROL OF PFK-1: ALLOSTERIC HOW A SMALL CHANGE IN [ATP] RESULTS IN A LARGE CHANGE IN [AMP] TODAY’S LECTURE: HORMONAL VS LOCAL CONTROL OF PYRUVATE KINASE HORMONAL VS LOCAL CONTROL MONDAY'S LECTURE: WHAT IS THE FATE OF THAT PYRUVATE MADE IN GLYCOLYSIS? WHY DIFFERENT TISSUES RESPOND DIFFERENTLY TO HORMONES: DIFFERENT RECEPTORS ON THE CELL SURFACE, AND DIFFERENT ISOZYMES REGRADING OF YOUR MIDTERM EXAM? LAST DAY TO SUBMIT FOR REGRADING 11/5 DATE FOR THE MAKE-UP FINAL EXAM? CHECK YOUR CALENDARS FOR CONFLICTS, THEN LET'S MEET BRIEFLY AFTER THE LECTURE NEXT WED 11/10 TO DECIDE INFO SESSION RE THE HCEC: FRIDAY 11/5 AT 2:55PM IN COMSTOCK B108, HOW TO WRITE THE PERSONAL STATEMENT; HOW TO GET THE BEST SET OF 3 REC. LETTERS 1. CAN BE "WASTED"; 2. USED FOR SYNTHESIS; 3. OR, INTO THE MITOCHONDRION
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WHY ORGANISMS HAVE SEVERAL ATP-PRODUCING RXNS IN SUMMARY, THE RATE
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