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Glycolysis Glucose to Pyruvate
Glycogenesis Glucose to Glycogen (Making Glycogen)
Gluconeogenesis Making Glucose from carbohydrates, lactic acid, glycerol, or some amino acids. Requires: bread, guns, dynamite, DNA. No fat kids!
Glycogenolysis Glycogen to Glucose (Killing Glycogen)
Lipolysis Fat to pyruvate or acetyl CoA (Killing Lipids)
Lipogenesis Acetyl CoA to glycerol or fatty acids (Making Lipids)
Coenzymes Accepting H atoms (becoming reduced) from NADH and FADH2 [Acts as an H+ pump]
Cytochromes Carries electrons (becomes reduced) [Acts as an H+ pump]
Flavin Mononucleotide (FMN) Receives 2 H atoms from NADH Releases 2 H+ and transfers 2 e- to Co Q
Coenzyme Q Receives 2 H atoms from FADH2. Releases 2 H+ and transfers 2 e- to cytochromes as well as the 2 e- from FMN (4 e- total)
Chemiosmosis Kinetic energy of H+ filtering down its gradient phosphorylates ADP (~6 H+ produces ~3 ATP)
Created by: Cyndi1087