Lecture 8 - September 29, 2011 Lecture 8 I. Intro a. Food...

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Unformatted text preview: September 29, 2011 Lecture 8 I. Intro a. Food source of energy b. Digestive system b.i. Carbohydrates -> simple surgars b.ii. Protein -> amino acids b.iii. Fats -> fatty acids, glycerol b.iv. ^ All go into blood then cells c. Cellular respiration c.i. Converts E stored in chemical bonds of nutrients to chemical E stored in ATP for cell work c.ii. Aerobic uses oxygen c.iii. Anaerobic does not use oxygen d. Aerobic respiration in Eukaryotes d.i. Catabolize nutrients to CO2 & H2O d.ii. Series of redox reactions E from nutrients transferred d.iii. 30 steps enzymes d.iv. Glucose ex. Brain only uses glucose d.iv.1. Not only E source d.iv.2. Complex molecule -> simple molecules -> simple sugars d.v. Simplified equation d.v.1. C6H12O6 + 6O2 + 6H2O -> 6CO2 + 12H2O + E d.v.1.a. Reactants d.v.1.b. Products d.v.1.c. O2 used aerobic d.v.1.d. Redox rxn d.v.1.d.i. Glucose oxidized CO2 d.v.1.d.ii. O2 reduced H2O d.v.1.e. Exergonic d.v.1.e.i. Delta(G) is negative d.v.1.f. 4 stages d.v.1.f.i. 1 glucose moluecule (Fig. 8-2, table 8-1)1 glucose moluecule (Fig....
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Lecture 8 - September 29, 2011 Lecture 8 I. Intro a. Food...

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