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QUEEN'SBCHM 316Glenville JonesWinter

BCHM 316 Chapter 21.1a: Bchm 21.1a

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BCHM 316 Chapter 12.1 A: Features of signal-transducing systems

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BCHM 316 Chapter Notes - Chapter 13.1: Transferase, Intermembrane Space, Ester

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Only binds one fa, protects it from the aqueous environment (like a clam shell) Fatty acyl- coa is a good substrate for 3 things. Fatty acids need to g
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BCHM 316 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12.2: Monoacylglycerol Lipase, Glycerol Kinase, Lipid Droplet

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BCHM 316 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12.1: Glycerol Kinase, Gastrointestinal Tract, Chylomicron

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BCHM 316 Chapter 16: lec 7. regulation of the citric acid cycle

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BCHM 316 Chapter Notes - Chapter **15.1: Skeletal Muscle, Tryptophan, Pyruvic Acid

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BCHM 316 Chapter 21.1b: Bchm 21.1b

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BCHM 316 Chapter Notes - Chapter **31.1: Cyclic Adenosine Monophosphate

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BCHM 316 Chapter Notes - Chapter **15.4: Myopathy, Ketone Bodies, Ketogenesis

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BCHM 316 Chapter Notes - Chapter 13.3: Glycogen, Pyrophosphate

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BCHM 316 Chapter 14.4*: ATP generated by NADH and FADH2

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They generate different amounts of atp because they enter the etc at different points. Nadh generates more atp than fadh2 because nadh pumps more proto
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