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Catabolism

Carbohydrates, Fat, & Protein

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What is the Chemical Formula for Carohydrate Catabolism? C6 H12 O6 + 6H2O + 6O2 ----> 6CO2 + 12H2O + Heat
Where and when does Anaerobic Glycolysis occur? occurrs OUTSIDE of Mitochondria in the ABSENCE of O2
What kind of Phosphorylation occurrs during Anaerobic Glycolysis? Substrate Phophorylation ONLY
How many ATP molecules are yielded during Anaerobic Glycolysis? 2 ATP/ 1 Glucose molecule
What is the end product of Anaerobic Phosphorylation? Lactic Acid
Where does Aerobic Glycolysis occur? mostly inside the Mitochondria
Which type of Phosphorylation does Aerobic Glycolysis use to make ATP? Oxidative & Substrate Phosphorylation
What is the 1st step in Glycolysis? PO4 taken OFF ATP and added to G-6-P
What is the 2nd step in Glycolysis? another PO4 molecule added --> moleculesplits in 1/2 = 2x G-3-P
What is the 3rd step in Glycolysis? add 1 PO4 to G-3-P --> NAD gains 2H
What is the 4th step in Glycolysis? Diphosphoglycerate gives Phosphates to ADP = ATP
What is the 5th step in Anaerobic Glycolysis? Pyruvic Acid gains H from 1st NAD --> Lactic Acid = Anaerobic
What chemical change must Proteins go through prior to being Catabolized? Protein --> AA --> (deamination in the LIVER) removal of NH3 + CO2 --> Urea
Where in the Catabolism process does Protein enter? 50% at Oxaloacetic - 50% at Pyruvic Acid
Where do Fats enter the Catabolism process? Glycerol at G-3-P - Fatty Acids at Acetyl CoA
How many ATP are produced from 1 Pyruvic Acid? 15 ATP
How many ATP are produced from the Krebs --> ETS? 12 ATP
Why would a single Triglyceride? 56 ATP
Created by: Kristel