Chapter 7 Study Guide

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Chapter 7 study guide 1. How do plants and animals differ in their method of making ATP? 2. What are the possible pathways into which pyruvate created in glycolyis can enter? (Hint: Include those that happen in the human body and those that happen in bacteria and yeast) 3. Which part of the cell do the following reactions occur? a. Glycolysis b. Lactic acid fermentation c. Ethanol fermentation d. Aerobic respiration 4. Describe the process of Glycolysis. 5. Explain the role of ATP in the process of metabolism. 6. What is the energy cost and energy output from glycolysis? OR In glycolysis, _______ molecules of _________ is “invested” and ______ molecules of ________ are generated creating a net yield of 2 _________ molecules; in addition two molecules of _________ are also generated. 7. Write down the coenzyme reductions during the first two stages (Note the correction
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Unformatted text preview: in the picture above) See the slide Coenzyme reductions in the first two stages. 8. Show why the fermentation pathways do not release as much energy from glucose as aerobic respiration does. (hint: breakdown to carbondioxide, ETC and what happens to NADH) 9. Fats are broken down to ___________ and ______________ . 10. Fatty acids are broken down to ______________ which enters the TCA cycle. 11. Amino acids from proteins can enter the aerobic respiration at _____________, _____________ or ____________. 12. Explain why yeasts and bacteria (and muscle cells) do fermentation. 13. Explain why you cannot generate glucose from fatty acids. 14. Explain the pathway by which all three energy releasing nutrients can be converted to fat. 15. Explain how amino acids enter the central metabolic pathway. Also use study guide at the end of each chapter!...
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This note was uploaded on 01/09/2012 for the course BIO 130 taught by Professor M.gitabangera during the Spring '09 term at Bellevue College.

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