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Metabolic Pathways


What are Metabolic Pathways? SEQUENCES of Enzyme-Mediated, cellular reactions forming IMMEDIATE adn TERMINAL products
What is thefunction of Catabolic Pathways? Molecular BREAKDOWN providing ATP
What iis the most important Catabolic reaction? Cell Respiration
What are Anabolic Pathways? Molecular SYNTHESIS, requiring ATP
What is the most important Anabolic reaction? Protein Synthesis
T/F Catabolic rates are slower than Anabolic rates. Explain. F. Catabolic tend to match Anabolic rates
T/F Catabolism and Anabolism are mutually dependent. Explain. T. Anabolism --> Enzymes --> Catabolism --> ATP --> Anabolism
What is Metabolism? Catabolism + Anabolism = Metabolism
Created by: Kristel