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carbohydrate metabolism
glucose 6 phosphate
fructose 6 phosphate
hexokinase
hexokinase
found all over the body. widely distributed... inhibited by gluc…
glucose 6 phosphate
fructose 6 phosphate
110 terms
Carbohydrate metabolism
Glucose
An aldose
Starch
Amylose
a six carbon sugar (a hexose), a monosaccharide, an aldose
A carbohydrate molecule that contains an aldehyde group is (C…
A storage polysaccharide in plants, consisting entirely of gl…
Linear chain of several hundred glucose molecules
Glucose
a six carbon sugar (a hexose), a monosaccharide, an aldose
An aldose
A carbohydrate molecule that contains an aldehyde group is (C…
92 terms
Carbohydrate Metabolism
Glucose Entry into Cells
Normal Glucose Concentration in Periph…
Glucose Transporters GLUT 1, 2, 3 & 4
GLUT 2
•Driven via concentration and independent on concentration of…
•5.6mM... •Normal range is 4-6mM
•GLUT 2 & GLUT 4 are most important due to location in specif…
•Low affinity transporter in hepatocytes/pancreatic cells... •Ca…
Glucose Entry into Cells
•Driven via concentration and independent on concentration of…
Normal Glucose Concentration in Periph…
•5.6mM... •Normal range is 4-6mM
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Carbohydrate Metabolism
carbohydrate digestion - Mouth
carbohydrate digestion - Pancreas
carbohydrate digestion - small intestine
digestion in small intestine
Salivary Amylase - Breaks down starches to maltose
Pancreatic Amylase - Hydrolyses alpha 1-4 linkages.... Major imp…
Digestion mediated by enzymes synthesised by cells lining the…
1. Sucrose with the enzyme sucrase, is converted to Glucose +…
carbohydrate digestion - Mouth
Salivary Amylase - Breaks down starches to maltose
carbohydrate digestion - Pancreas
Pancreatic Amylase - Hydrolyses alpha 1-4 linkages.... Major imp…
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carbohydrate metabolism
CARBOHYDRATE METABOLISM:
The Fate of Glucose:
the fate of glucose: ... ATP production:
the fate of glucose:... Amino acid synthe…
-polysaccharides and disaccharides are hydrolyzed into the mo…
Because glucose is the body's preferred source for synthesizi…
-In body cells that require immediate energy, glucose is oxid…
-Cells throughout the body can use glucose to form several am…
CARBOHYDRATE METABOLISM:
-polysaccharides and disaccharides are hydrolyzed into the mo…
The Fate of Glucose:
Because glucose is the body's preferred source for synthesizi…
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Carbohydrate Metabolism
GLUT 2
which GLUT is found in the liver and p…
GLUT 4
which GLUT is found in adipose tissue…
low-affinity glucose transporter used in hepatocytes and panc…
GLUT 2
high-affinity glucose transporter found in adipose tissue and…
GLUT 4
GLUT 2
low-affinity glucose transporter used in hepatocytes and panc…
which GLUT is found in the liver and p…
GLUT 2
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carbohydrate metabolism
ATP structural components
structural isomers
how does glucose get through cell memb…
insulin upregulates
1 adenine + 1 ribose + 3 phosphate groups
have the same chemical components, but are arranged different…
facilitated diffusion through a uniport
GLUT4... glucose transporter type 4
ATP structural components
1 adenine + 1 ribose + 3 phosphate groups
structural isomers
have the same chemical components, but are arranged different…
70 terms
Carbohydrate Metabolism
what are the precursors for glucose in…
which two organs can produce glucose?
which enzyme converts pyruvate to oxal…
which enzyme converts oxaloacetate to…
lactate, glycerol, and amino acids (alanine)
kidney cortex (under extreme conditions), and the liver
pyruvate carboxylase. Takes 2 ATPs
phosphoenolpyruvate carboxykinase (PEPCK)
what are the precursors for glucose in…
lactate, glycerol, and amino acids (alanine)
which two organs can produce glucose?
kidney cortex (under extreme conditions), and the liver
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Carbohydrate Metabolism
carbohydrate digestion in Mouth
carbohydrate digestion in Pancreas
digestion in small intestine
Absorption of carbohydrates is either…
Salivary Amylase Breaks down starches to maltose
Pancreatic Amylase breaks down Hydrolyses alpha 1-4 linkages.…
1. Sucrose with the enzyme sucrase, is converted to Glucose +…
Fructose is transported by facilitated diffusion, whereas glu…
carbohydrate digestion in Mouth
Salivary Amylase Breaks down starches to maltose
carbohydrate digestion in Pancreas
Pancreatic Amylase breaks down Hydrolyses alpha 1-4 linkages.…
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Carbohydrate metabolism
normal blood glucose
insulin secretion when...
glucagon secretion when...
glucose synthesized from...
5mM, 90mg/dL
when [glucose] is increased
when [glucose] is decreased
stored glycogen and triacylglycerides
normal blood glucose
5mM, 90mg/dL
insulin secretion when...
when [glucose] is increased
31 terms
Carbohydrate Metabolism
D-glyceraldehyde
D-erythrose
D-ribose
D-glucose
D-glyceraldehyde
D-erythrose
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CARBOHYDRATE METABOLISM
Monosaccharides
Dissacharides
Sucrose
Lactose
Simplest carbohydrate (glucose, ribose)... These alternate betwe…
Aldehyde or Ketone on one carbon joins the others hydroxyl gr…
Glucose+Fructose... 1->2 glycosidic bond... broken down by sucrase
Galactose+ Glucose... 1->4 glycosidic bond... broken down by lactase
Monosaccharides
Simplest carbohydrate (glucose, ribose)... These alternate betwe…
Dissacharides
Aldehyde or Ketone on one carbon joins the others hydroxyl gr…
Carbohydrate Metabolism
Glut 2
Glut 4
Glucokinase
Hexokinase
Liver (for glucose storage) and pancreatic β-islet cells (glu…
Adipose tissue and muscle and is stimulated by insulin... Low Km
glucose --> glucose-6-phosphate... pancreatic β-islet cells (gl…
glucose --> glucose-6-phosphate in peripheral tissues
Glut 2
Liver (for glucose storage) and pancreatic β-islet cells (glu…
Glut 4
Adipose tissue and muscle and is stimulated by insulin... Low Km
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Carbohydrate Metabolism
Metabolism
Catabolism
Anabolism
Photoautotroph
The sum of all chemical runs in an organism.
Oxidative degradation of complex nutrients into simple molecu…
Reductive biosynthesis of biological molecules from simple pr…
Organism that converts light energy to chemical energy; plants.
Metabolism
The sum of all chemical runs in an organism.
Catabolism
Oxidative degradation of complex nutrients into simple molecu…
16 terms
Carbohydrate Metabolism
Sugar in Urine
Sugar
Sucralose
Name two oxidation and two reduction p…
The sugars reduce a substrate which then develops a color tha…
-Naturally occuring carbohydrates that are 3 to 7 carbons lon…
-Splenda... -Polychlorinated sucrose. About 15% of in-gested suc…
Oxidation:... -Oxidation of the C1-hydroxyl group of glucose to…
Sugar in Urine
The sugars reduce a substrate which then develops a color tha…
Sugar
-Naturally occuring carbohydrates that are 3 to 7 carbons lon…
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Carbohydrate Metabolism
Glycolysis
Irreversible Steps of Glycolysis
3 phases of Cellular Respiration
Glucose
A cytoplasmic pathway that converts glucose into two pyruvate…
"How Glycolysis Pushes Forward the Process: Kinases"... H - hexo…
1. Glycolysis (cytoplasm) - breakdown of glucose... 2. Kreb's Cy…
C6H12O6
Glycolysis
A cytoplasmic pathway that converts glucose into two pyruvate…
Irreversible Steps of Glycolysis
"How Glycolysis Pushes Forward the Process: Kinases"... H - hexo…
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Carbohydrate Metabolism
Glucose Entry into Cells
Glycolysis
Hexokinase
Phosphofructokinase 1/PFK-1
•Driven via concentration and independent on concentration of…
•Cytoplasmic pathway converting one glucose molecule into two…
•Phosphorylates glucose that enters from GLUT transporters... •W…
•Rate-limiting enzyme and main control point in glycolysis... •P…
Glucose Entry into Cells
•Driven via concentration and independent on concentration of…
Glycolysis
•Cytoplasmic pathway converting one glucose molecule into two…
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Carbohydrate Metabolism
GLUT2
GLUT4
Hexokinase
Glucokinase
A low-affinity (high Km) glucose transporter in hepatocytes a…
A glucose transporter found in adipose tissue and muscle that…
Phosphorylates glucose, is present in most tissues, has low K…
Phosphorylates glucose, found in hepatocytes and pancreatic c…
GLUT2
A low-affinity (high Km) glucose transporter in hepatocytes a…
GLUT4
A glucose transporter found in adipose tissue and muscle that…
30 terms
Carbohydrate Metabolism
first step
metabolism
catabolism
anabolism
of digestion, breakdown of food into smaller molecules
the sum of all chemical reactions occurring in living systems
breaking down molecules, tend to generate energy
building molecules, tend to require energy
first step
of digestion, breakdown of food into smaller molecules
metabolism
the sum of all chemical reactions occurring in living systems
11 terms
Carbohydrate Metabolism
Glycolysis Net Reaction
Regulation of glycolysis step 1
Regulation of glycolysis step 3
Regulation of glycolysis step 10
Glucose→glucose-6-phosphate
Fructose-6-phosphate→fructose-1,6-biphosphate
PEP→pyruvate
Glycolysis Net Reaction
Regulation of glycolysis step 1
Glucose→glucose-6-phosphate
Carbohydrate Metabolism
Glut 2
What serves as the glucose sensor for…
Glut 4
Glycolysis
Low affinity transporter in hepatocytes and pancreatic cells,…
Glut 2 and glucokinase in the islet cells
In adipose tissue and muscle and responds to glucose tissue i…
Cytoplasmic pathway that converts glucose into two pyruvate m…
Glut 2
Low affinity transporter in hepatocytes and pancreatic cells,…
What serves as the glucose sensor for…
Glut 2 and glucokinase in the islet cells
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Carbohydrate Metabolism
GLUT 2
GLUT 4
glycolysis
Hexokinase
glucose transporter located in hepatocytes and pancreatic cel…
glucose transporter located in fat and muscle cells; processi…
can occur anaerobically; cytoplasmic pathway that converts gl…
present in most tissues; has a low processivity; phosphorylat…
GLUT 2
glucose transporter located in hepatocytes and pancreatic cel…
GLUT 4
glucose transporter located in fat and muscle cells; processi…
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Carbohydrate metabolism
Cell types that are in the Pancreas
Cell type and function of the liver
Cell type and function of muscle
Cell type and function of fat
Islet cells... Metabolic function: releases insulin, glucagon, a…
Hepatocyte:... MF: maintains metabolic homieostasis by normalizi…
Skeletal, smooth and cardiac myocytes... MF: Utilizes glucose, F…
Adipocyte ... MF: stores
Cell types that are in the Pancreas
Islet cells... Metabolic function: releases insulin, glucagon, a…
Cell type and function of the liver
Hepatocyte:... MF: maintains metabolic homieostasis by normalizi…
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Carbohydrate Metabolism
Feel free to fix any mistakes.
What allosteric activator coordinates…
What organ is responsible for maintain…
When is fructose-2,6-bisphosphate made?
...
Fructose-2,6-bisphosphate
liver
Only when Glc is in good supply in a well-fed person
Feel free to fix any mistakes.
...
What allosteric activator coordinates…
Fructose-2,6-bisphosphate
28 terms
Carbohydrate metabolism
gluconeogenesis pathway
pentose phosphate pathway
oxidative branch of pentose phosphate…
GLUT 1
-the reverse of glycolysis; ... -maintain blood glucose for brai…
-reduced NADPH, ribose... -this is important physiologically in…
enzymes: G6PH; 6Phosphogluconate dehyodrogenase
basal glucose transport in erythrocytes, brain and adipose ti…
gluconeogenesis pathway
-the reverse of glycolysis; ... -maintain blood glucose for brai…
pentose phosphate pathway
-reduced NADPH, ribose... -this is important physiologically in…
169 terms
Carbohydrate Metabolism
Caloric balance
What nutrient does not require a trans…
Glycosidic bonds
What are 2 other names for amylose?
When energy expenditure=energy consumption (body mass should…
Ethanol (alcohol)
linkages between monosacharide units
Starch and glycogen... All are homopolymers of glucose
Caloric balance
When energy expenditure=energy consumption (body mass should…
What nutrient does not require a trans…
Ethanol (alcohol)
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Carbohydrate Metabolism
Simple carbohydrates
Complex carbohydrates
Monosaccharides
Disaccharides
Monosaccharides and disaccharides
oligosaccharides and polysaccharides
glucose... fructose... galactose
Lactose (glucose + galactose)... sucrose (glucose + fructose)... ma…
Simple carbohydrates
Monosaccharides and disaccharides
Complex carbohydrates
oligosaccharides and polysaccharides
59 terms
Carbohydrate Metabolism
What two organs handle galactose metab…
galactokinase
uridyl transferase
epimerase
-The liver and the brain.... --therefore any pathologies with ga…
-catalyzes the phosphorylation galactose to galactose-1-phosp…
-catalyzes the transfer of galactose to replace glucose attac…
-catalyzes the transfer of glucose to replace galactose attac…
What two organs handle galactose metab…
-The liver and the brain.... --therefore any pathologies with ga…
galactokinase
-catalyzes the phosphorylation galactose to galactose-1-phosp…
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Carbohydrate Metabolism
Glycogenolysis
Glycogenesis
Pentose Phosphate Pathway
Glycolysis
conversion of glycogen to glucose
conversion of glucose to glycogen
glucose <--> pentose-5-phosphate
conversion of glucose to pyruvate
Glycogenolysis
conversion of glycogen to glucose
Glycogenesis
conversion of glucose to glycogen
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Carbohydrate Metabolism
Chemoheterotrophs
What do Oxidation and Reduction do ?
Glucose Oxidation Stoichiometry
Glycolysis Products
Describes humans that use energy from chemicals produced by o…
Oxidation:... -Attaching oxygen/attaching bonds to it... -remove hy…
Oxidation of Glucose... C6H12O6+6O2--> 6CO2 + 6 H2O+ATP... -Carbo…
+4 ATP - 2ATP = +2ATP... +2 NADH... +2 Pyruvate
Chemoheterotrophs
Describes humans that use energy from chemicals produced by o…
What do Oxidation and Reduction do ?
Oxidation:... -Attaching oxygen/attaching bonds to it... -remove hy…
46 terms
Carbohydrate metabolism
Learning Objectives
Glucose Transport and control: Identif…
Basal glucose transporter in erthrocyt…
INSULIN DEPENDENT transporter of gluco…
GLUT-1
GLUT-4
Learning Objectives
Glucose Transport and control: Identif…
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Carbohydrate metabolism
What are the flux control points of Gl…
How many NAD+,NADH,ATP,ADP are produce…
Glycolysis enzymes and products in order
What substrates/hormones regulate PFK…
Rxn1) Hexokinase converts glucose to G6P uses ATP (traps gluc…
Rxns-1,3) use two ATP total (HK/PFK)... Rxn6) makes 2 NADH from…
1) Hexokinase Glucose-->G6P... 2) Phosphoglucose isomerase G6P--…
high [AMP] activates PFK... high [ATP] and [citrate] inhibit (si…
What are the flux control points of Gl…
Rxn1) Hexokinase converts glucose to G6P uses ATP (traps gluc…
How many NAD+,NADH,ATP,ADP are produce…
Rxns-1,3) use two ATP total (HK/PFK)... Rxn6) makes 2 NADH from…
81 terms
Carbohydrate metabolism
Glycolysis overview and regulation
Gluconeogenesis precursors, overview,…
Glycogen Metabolism
Pentose Phosphate Pathway (PPP)
glucose-->pyruvate which either enter mitos & ox to CO2 (TCA)…
pyruvate/lactate (RBCs)/glycerol/ala/C skels (Aas or TCA ints…
Glycogen mostly in liver/muscle... Syn fed state, degraded fasti…
branch glycolysis from glucose 6-P, prod NADPH (not ATP)(syn…
Glycolysis overview and regulation
glucose-->pyruvate which either enter mitos & ox to CO2 (TCA)…
Gluconeogenesis precursors, overview,…
pyruvate/lactate (RBCs)/glycerol/ala/C skels (Aas or TCA ints…
63 terms
Carbohydrate Metabolism
Glycogenolysis
Glycogenesis
Pentose Phosphate Pathway
Glycolysis
conversion of glycogen to glucose
conversion of glucose to glycogen
glucose <--> pentose-5-phosphate
conversion of glucose to pyruvate
Glycogenolysis
conversion of glycogen to glucose
Glycogenesis
conversion of glucose to glycogen
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Carbohydrate Metabolism
What type of energy production does gl…
Compare hexokinase and glucokinase
How is glucokinase regulated?
How is phosphofructose kinase regulated?
Substrate level => 2 ATP... Oxidative phosphorylation is the ot…
Hexokinase ... - Low Vm, High Km... - Regulation through glucose-6P…
High Glucose => Glucokinase Regulatory Protein (GKRP) release…
Stimulate... - AMP, Fructose-2,6-Bisphosphate (Insulin Increases…
What type of energy production does gl…
Substrate level => 2 ATP... Oxidative phosphorylation is the ot…
Compare hexokinase and glucokinase
Hexokinase ... - Low Vm, High Km... - Regulation through glucose-6P…
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Carbohydrate Metabolism
Name the two major types of metabolism…
What molecule serves as the univervers…
Describe the chemical structure of ATP
How does ATP store energy?
♦ Catabolism... • breaking down fuel molecules for energy... ♦ Ana…
Adenosine triphosphate... ATP
ATP contains...... ♦ a ribose... ♦ an adenine... ♦ 3 photphate groups…
When the bonds between ATPs phosphate groups are broken, the…
Name the two major types of metabolism…
♦ Catabolism... • breaking down fuel molecules for energy... ♦ Ana…
What molecule serves as the univervers…
Adenosine triphosphate... ATP
31 terms
Carbohydrate metabolism
Rotenone
Antimycin A
Cyanide
Oligomycin
Inhibits Complex I ETC... Blocks transfer electrons from NADH to…
Inhibits Complex III ETC... Blocks transfer electrons from Coenz…
Inhibits Complex IV ETC... Binds heme group more tightly than ox…
Blocks activity ATP Synthase... Binds and blocks proton channel…
Rotenone
Inhibits Complex I ETC... Blocks transfer electrons from NADH to…
Antimycin A
Inhibits Complex III ETC... Blocks transfer electrons from Coenz…
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carbohydrate metabolism
what are the energy transferring pathw…
what is the byproduct of glycolysis?
is glycolysis a catabolic or anabolic…
is glycolysis aerobic or anaerobic?
glycolysis, glycogenesis, glycogenolysis, gluconeogenesis, an…
2 three-carbon pyruvate units; 2 ATP and 2 NADH
catabolic
anaerobic
what are the energy transferring pathw…
glycolysis, glycogenesis, glycogenolysis, gluconeogenesis, an…
what is the byproduct of glycolysis?
2 three-carbon pyruvate units; 2 ATP and 2 NADH
63 terms
Carbohydrate Metabolism
Define energy
1st Law of Thermodynamics
Metabolism
What is the significance of energy tra…
The ability to perform work
Energy is neither created nor destroyed
Catabolism (breaking down) + Anabolism (building up), set of…
Energy transduction = converting molecular chemical energy (f…
Define energy
The ability to perform work
1st Law of Thermodynamics
Energy is neither created nor destroyed
37 terms
carbohydrate metabolism
biotin
uridine diphosphate glucose
acetyl coa
Blood transports
carries co2
glucose
acetyl carrier, reactive sulphur bonds
fructose... glucose ... lipoproteins ... fatty acids... ketones... amino acids
biotin
carries co2
uridine diphosphate glucose
glucose
9 terms
Carbohydrate metabolism
Oxidation of glucose
Glycolysis
Transitional phase
Krebs cycle
1 molecule of glucose+ 6 molecules of oxygen= 6H2o+6CO2+36 ATP
Occurs in cytosol. 2 ATP+Glucose input. 2 APT+2 NADJ+2 pyruvi…
Input-2 pyruvic acid... Output-2 CO2, 2 acetoyl CoA, 2 NADH
Input-1 acetoyl coa... Output-3NADH, 1 FADH, 1 ATP and 2Co2... Two…
Oxidation of glucose
1 molecule of glucose+ 6 molecules of oxygen= 6H2o+6CO2+36 ATP
Glycolysis
Occurs in cytosol. 2 ATP+Glucose input. 2 APT+2 NADJ+2 pyruvi…
Carbohydrate Metabolism
Describe stage 1 of metabolism of carb…
Can cellulose be digested by humans? E…
Sodium glucose transport proteins (SGLT)
List the three fates of glucose
- Mouth and salivary glands: monosaccharides are immediately…
No, cellulose leaves the digestive system in almost the same…
Help absorb glucose and galactose
1. Converted to pyruvate in glycolysis... 2. Stored as glycogen…
Describe stage 1 of metabolism of carb…
- Mouth and salivary glands: monosaccharides are immediately…
Can cellulose be digested by humans? E…
No, cellulose leaves the digestive system in almost the same…
147 terms
Carbohydrate Metabolism
Carbohydrates
Glycosidic Bond
Metabolism
Glycolysis
Sugars and poylymers of sugars; the primary source of energy…
The bond between the hydroxyl group of the C-1 carbon of one…
The sum of all biochemical reactions that occur within the ce…
- The first step in Carbohydrate Metabolism that occurs in al…
Carbohydrates
Sugars and poylymers of sugars; the primary source of energy…
Glycosidic Bond
The bond between the hydroxyl group of the C-1 carbon of one…
13 terms
CARBOHYDRATE METABOLISM
What are the differences between GLUT2…
What is the end product of glycolysis…
What are the regulated steps in glycol…
Which reaction does the pyruvate dehyd…
...
...
...
...
What are the differences between GLUT2…
...
What is the end product of glycolysis…
...
52 terms
Carbohydrate Metabolism
GLUT 2
GLUT 4
Glycolosis
Hexokinase
GLUT 2 Km is HIGH...low affinity transporter in hepatocytes a…
in adipose or muscle tissue. responds to glucose concentratio…
occurs in all cells. Only energy yielding pathway in RBCs bc…
first enzyme in glycolysis. widely distributed throughout tis…
GLUT 2
GLUT 2 Km is HIGH...low affinity transporter in hepatocytes a…
GLUT 4
in adipose or muscle tissue. responds to glucose concentratio…
35 terms
carbohydrate metabolism
glucose metabolism enters the cell thr…
glycolysis
CNS
lactate dehydrogenase
facilitated diffusion.... -it enters every cell this way and doe…
-in all tissues... -in the cytosol.... -it yields 2 ATP +2 Pyruvate…
uses glycolysis mostly. but cas also use ketone bodies.
pyruvate converted to lactate by this.
glucose metabolism enters the cell thr…
facilitated diffusion.... -it enters every cell this way and doe…
glycolysis
-in all tissues... -in the cytosol.... -it yields 2 ATP +2 Pyruvate…
36 terms
Carbohydrate Metabolism
What is a carbohydrate
What is the biological significance of…
Give a list of common monosaccharides…
What is D glucoses most common form ph…
Generic form: Cn(H2O)n ... Polyhydroxy compounds carrying an ald…
Most abundant bio molecules in the world ... Supplier energy nee…
Fructose - Fru ... Galactose - Gal ... Glucose - Glc... Mannose - Man…
Is converted from the linear form to the cyclic hemiacetal fo…
What is a carbohydrate
Generic form: Cn(H2O)n ... Polyhydroxy compounds carrying an ald…
What is the biological significance of…
Most abundant bio molecules in the world ... Supplier energy nee…
19 terms
Carbohydrate metabolism
How many carbon atoms are there in a g…
What links does amylose have and is it…
What is the name of the branched polys…
What is amylase?
6
1-4 links, no
Amylopectin
An endoglycosidase- produces oligosaccharides
How many carbon atoms are there in a g…
6
What links does amylose have and is it…
1-4 links, no
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NBME Biochemistry- Carbohydrate metabolism
what is bioenergetics?
what does bioenergetics predict?
do biologic systems conform to the gen…
what is the first law of thermodynamics?
study of changes accompanying biochemical reactions
predicts only if a reaction is possible and is not concerned…
yes
for any chemical or physical change the total energy of the u…
what is bioenergetics?
study of changes accompanying biochemical reactions
what does bioenergetics predict?
predicts only if a reaction is possible and is not concerned…
48 terms
Carbohydrate Metabolism
What are the functions of carbohydrates?
What are the possible fates of glucose…
Major storage form of glucose
How is glucose stored as glycogen?
Energy production, component of cell membranes (glycoproteins…
May be converted to fatty acids, stored as glycogen,
Fatty acids. Not glycogen
G6P<-->G1P + UTP --> UDPG--> glycogen
What are the functions of carbohydrates?
Energy production, component of cell membranes (glycoproteins…
What are the possible fates of glucose…
May be converted to fatty acids, stored as glycogen,
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