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This is where we see PFK-1…the most important enzyme in glycolysis. This is the KEYregulatory enzyme.
13. Define the following:a.b.
c.
14. Where does glycolysis occur?In the cytoplasm15. Indicate the effector molecules in glycolysis:
Key enzymeActivatorInhibitor
Gluconeogenesis (“neo”):17. What are the fates of pyruvate if oxygen is/isn’t present?
18. If there are 3 irreversible reactions in glycolysis, there are three by-pass reactions ingluconeogenesis. Complete the table:
19. Glycolysis and Neo are opposing pathways but they occur in the same place…where arethey located and how does the body modulate their opposing activities?
Other Pathways:Glycogen Pathways:20. IfUDP-glucoseis made into theglycogen, the enzyme needed for that isglycogensynthase.21. Ifglycogenis made into theglucose-1-P, the enzyme needed for that isglycogen
phosphorylase.

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Biochemistry, Cellular Respiration, Glycolysis, Adenosine triphosphate

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