Ch 17 EOC 40 When glucose is unavailable the liver begins to break down fatty

Ch 17 eoc 40 when glucose is unavailable the liver

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Question 6: Ch 17 EOC #40 When glucose is unavailable, the liver begins to break down fatty acids to supply the rest of the body with metabolic fuel. Explain why fatty acid-derived acetyl-CoA is not catabolized by the citric acid cycle but is instead diverted to ketogenesis when no glucose is available. 1
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BCH 369: Worksheet 11 Due: Apr 15, 2016 Lecture 20 Question 1: Ch 18 EOC #2 Why is it a good agricultural practice to plant a field with alfalfa every few years? Question 7: Ch 18 EOC #36 Although amino acids are classified as glucogenic, ketogenic, or both, it is possible for all their carbon skeletons to be broken down to acetyl-CoA. Explain. 2
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