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25 Metabolism

Chpt 25

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metabolism all chemical reactions
catabolism chemical reaction that breaks down complex organic molecules, produces more energy than it uses
anabolism chemical reaction that breaks down ssimple molecules and monomers
oxidation removal of electronsfrom an atom or molecule and decreases potential energy
reduction opposite of oxidation, additon of electrons to a molecule, increase potential energy
coenzymes transport vechicle when a substance is oxidized, carrys free cell to another compound, carry H atoms NAD & FAD
phosphorylation addition of phosphate group added to a molecule
cell respiration oxidation of glucose to produce ATP, invloves glycosis, formation of acetyl coenzyme A, the krebs cycle and elctron transport chain
glycosis set of reactions in which 1 glucose molecule is oxidized
oxidation of glucose involves glycosis, the formation of acetyl coenzyme A, the Krebs cycle and electron transport chart
anaerobic cellular respiration production of ATP without O2
reduction opposite of oxidation, additon of electrons to a molecule, increase potential energy
coenzymes transport vechicle when a substance is oxidized, carrys free cell to another compound, carry H atoms NAD & FAD
phosphorylation addition of phosphate group added to a molecule
cell respiration oxidation of glucose to produce ATP, invloves glycosis, formation of acetyl coenzyme A, the krebs cycle and elctron transport chain
glycosis set of reactions in which 1 glucose molecule is oxidized
oxidation of glucose involves glycosis, the formation of acetyl coenzyme A, the Krebs cycle and electron transport chart
anaerobic cellular respiration production of ATP without O2
processes that are called anaerobic respiration glycolysis, formation of acetyl coenzyme A, krebs, electron transport chain
reactions of Krebs cycle occur where matrix of mitochondria
Co2 is released during which cycle krebs cycle
3 results of Krebs Cycle production of reduced coenzymes NADH+H and FADH2 which contained stored energy, generations of GTP, formation of CO2 that is transported to lungs for exhalation
GTP high energy compound
Fate of pyruvic acid when o2 is plentiful pyruvic acid enters mitochondria and is converted to acetyl coenzyme A and enters the the krebs cycle, when o2 is scarce most pyruvic acid is converted to lactic acid via an anerobic pathway
Created by: kayjay