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MOLB Chapter 5

Microbial Metabolism

Catabolic Reactions Is the breaking down of larger molecules into smaller ones, energy in ATP results from catabolic reactions
Anabolic Reactions building up of larger molecules from smaller molecules, generates material for cell growth
Naming enzymes named after the substrates it acts upon and ends with -ase
intermediate temporary form of the substrate bound to an enzyme at its active site
Product transformed substrate following the binding of an enzyme to the active site
competitive inhibitor fill the active site of the substrate so the enzyme cannot
non-competitive inhibitor binds to allosteric site, making the substrate change shape and become non functional
feedback inhibition when allosteric site is used to stop the formation of products to keep from having a excess
1. Oxidative Phosphorylation transfer of electrons through the electron transport chain system
2. Glycolysis breaking down of glucose into pyruvic acid
3. Fermentation releases energy from organic molecules, mostly aerobic, does not use Krebs cycle
4. Pentose-Phosphate pathway used in synthesis of nucleic acids, glucose from CO2 and amino acids
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