Acetyl coa is not glucogenic in humans because humans

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12. Acetyl-CoA is not glucogenic in humans because humans lack:
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a. Krebs Cycle. b. Urea Cycle. c. Glyoxylate Cycle. d. PPP Cycle. e. Calvin Cycle. 2 2 13. . The conversion of 1 pyruvate to 3 CO in the mitochondrion produces NADH: FADH : GTP. 14. Anaplerotic reactions feed the citric acid cycle by making: 15. Anaplerotic reactions are required because citric acid cycle intermediates are used for the synthesis of: 16. The correct order of enzymes of $ -oxidation is: 1. hydroxyacyl-SCoA dehydrogenase. 2. thiolase. 3. enoyl-SCoA hydratase. 4. acyl-CoA dehydrogenase. a. 1,2,3,4. b. 4,1,3,2. c. 4,3,1,2. d. 1,4,3,2. e. 4,2,3,1. 17. Activation of fatty acid in the cytoplasm for $ -oxidation requires energy which is equivalent to: 18. Ketone bodies are formed in the liver and transported to extra-hepatic tissues as: 19. Lipoprotein lipase acts in: 20. Free fatty acids in the bloodstream are: a. bound to hemoglobin. b. carried by the protein serum albumin. c. freely soluble in the aqueous phase of the blood. d. nonexistent; the blood does not contain free fatty acids. e. present at levels that are independent of epinephrine. 21. Transport of fatty acids from the cytoplasm to the mitochondrial matrix requires:
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