What do fatty acids make that causes them to be unable to be used in
liver and kindey
gluconeogenesis happens within.
pyruvate, lactate, Amino Acids, glycerol and all TCA cycle intermediates
What are the substra
Glycogen Digestion and Metabolism
what is the name of the endoglycosidase that hydrolyzes alpha (1->4)
Name two monosaccharides
Name two disaccharies
What kind of carbohydrates are
just use CO2 as carbon source (carbon classification)
use organic forms of carbon as energy source (carbon classification)
use light as energy source (energy classification)
use organic chemicals
Glucose Glucose-6-P is catalysed by
Glucose and ATP ADP + Pi leads to
ATP ADP + Pi
Glucose Glucose-6-P half-reaction
Hexokinase is regulated by
Glucose-6-P Fructose-6-P is catalysed by
Threonine (Thr, T)
Has two chiral centers.
Is an other hydroxyl-containing amino acid.
Serine (Ser, S)
Is one of two hydroxyl amino acids.
Commonly considered to be hydrophilic due to the hydrogen bonding
what determines the fate of glucose 6 phosphate?
what pathway does glucose 6 phosphate take when NADPH/NAD+ ratio is
liver and adipose
where are the PPP enzymes predominantly located?
where in the cells
reduction of NO to NH
formation of NH from N under anaerobic conditions
Under what kind of conditions does nitrate assimilation occur?
Under what kind of conditions does nitrogen
Sugar nucleotides and UDP
what does glycogen synthesis depend on?
Uridine Diphosphate Glucose
What is this?
which enzyme catalyzes the formation of UDP-glucose from glucose-1phosphate and uridine 5'-triphos