Metabolism, catabolism, respiration, glycolysis, TCA cycle, electron transport chain, ATP yield

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Department
Microbio, Immun, Pathology
Course
MIP 300
Professor
Erica Suchman
Semester
Spring

Description
4 MarchMetabolismCatabolismdegradation of complex molecules into simpler onesExergonicAnabolismsynthesis of complex moleculesEndergonicEnergy from catabolism used to perform anabolismCatabolism Chemoorganotrophic HeterotrophsComplex molecules broken down into constituents very little energy releasedProteinsamino acidsPolysaccharidesmonosaccharidesLipidsglycerolfatty acidsOrganic molecules are converted into molecules that can enter metabolic pathways glycolysis or the tricarboxylic acid TCA cycle KrebsPoint is to get e out of organic materialsMolecules that enter the TCA cycle are oxidized completely to CO reducing NAD and 2FAD to NADH and FADH2NADH and FADH created during glycolysis or the TCA cycle feed into electron e 2transport chain oxidative phosphorylation and a great deal of energy is released and used to create ATPMaterials fed into glycolysis or TCA cycleAerobic and Anaerobic RespirationGlycolysisEmbdenMeyerhof Dr Suchmans glycolysis outlineTCA cycleDr Suchmans TCA outlinee transportDr Suchmans e transport outline
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