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Pre-session - Biochemistry Lecture 1
Peptide Bond is also known as...
Amphoteric Property
Zwitterions
What are the four classes of Amino Aci…
an Amide Bond
An A.A. can act as an acid or base.
Neutral molecules that bear an equal number of positive and n…
Nonpolar, Uncharged Polar, Acidic, and Basic.
Peptide Bond is also known as...
an Amide Bond
Amphoteric Property
An A.A. can act as an acid or base.
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Nutritional Biochemistry session 1
carbohydrates... Name three major group…
carbohydrates... Give two examples of m…
carbohydrates... Which monosaccharide h…
carbohydrates... The digestion of disac…
Monosaccharide's, disaccharides or oligosaccharides and polys…
Fructose, galactose, glucose
Fructose
Upper small intestine
carbohydrates... Name three major group…
Monosaccharide's, disaccharides or oligosaccharides and polys…
carbohydrates... Give two examples of m…
Fructose, galactose, glucose
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Biochemistry Session 1
protein
catalyst
enzyme
nucleic acid
A biological macromolecule composed of a linear array of amin…
Agent that enhances the rate of a chemical reaction without b…
A biological macromolecule that acts as a catalyst for a bioc…
A macromolecule composed of nucleotide monomers that stores a…
protein
A biological macromolecule composed of a linear array of amin…
catalyst
Agent that enhances the rate of a chemical reaction without b…
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Session 1 and 2 Biochemistry
4 types of Biomolecules
Range of Amino Acids per protein
How many different Amino Acids
Human Amino Acids in D-Form or L-Form
Lipids, Proteins, Carbohydrates, Nucleic Acids
5000-Several Million
300+
L-Form
4 types of Biomolecules
Lipids, Proteins, Carbohydrates, Nucleic Acids
Range of Amino Acids per protein
5000-Several Million
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Biochemistry - Session 1
Explain active transport?... And give an…
Explain passive transport?... What are th…
What does the stomach do?
What does the liver do?
Utilises ATP. Energy molecule is needed as the nutrient trave…
Movement from an area of high concentrated to an area of low…
Pepsin digests protein... HCl activates enzymes, breaks up food,…
Stores vitamins and iron... Destroys old blood cells... Destroys po…
Explain active transport?... And give an…
Utilises ATP. Energy molecule is needed as the nutrient trave…
Explain passive transport?... What are th…
Movement from an area of high concentrated to an area of low…
5.1 Biochemistry: Phosphogluconate Pathway
Other names for the Phosphogluconate P…
Why is the Phosphogluconate Pathway al…
What is the intermediate that can be c…
What are the 2 purpose of the Pentose…
1) Pentose Phosphate Pathway... 2) Hexose Monophosphate Shunt
When pentoses are not needed for biosynthetic reactions, the…
Glyceraldehyde-3-P
1) Oxidize Glucose-6-Phosphate, an interemediate of the glyco…
Other names for the Phosphogluconate P…
1) Pentose Phosphate Pathway... 2) Hexose Monophosphate Shunt
Why is the Phosphogluconate Pathway al…
When pentoses are not needed for biosynthetic reactions, the…
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Session 1, Unit 2, Biochemistry: Diabetes
diabetes is a heterogeneous group of s…
DM can lead to what?
Type 2 is increasing because of what 2…
what is the age of onset for DM 1 and…
high levels of blood glucose and relative or absolute absence…
adult blindness, amputation, renal failure, heart attacks, st…
prevalence of obesity and sedentary lifestyle
DM 1 during childhood or puberty, symptoms develop rapidly. D…
diabetes is a heterogeneous group of s…
high levels of blood glucose and relative or absolute absence…
DM can lead to what?
adult blindness, amputation, renal failure, heart attacks, st…
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Biochemistry Chapter 16 Sect. 1: Glycolysis Pathway
What's the 1st metabolic pathway in th…
glycolysis
Is the glycolysis process aerobic or a…
What happens to the pyruvate under ana…
glycolysis
the sequence of rxns that metabolizes 1 molec. of glucose to…
anaerobic; this means it does not require O₂
it is further processed anaerobically to lactate or ethanol v…
What's the 1st metabolic pathway in th…
glycolysis
glycolysis
the sequence of rxns that metabolizes 1 molec. of glucose to…
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Metabolic Pathways(Biochemistry)(1/15/15)
1.Homocystinuria... Pathway
Homocystinuria treatment
The process of collagen formation
Collagen
vitamin B(pyridoxine)
...
is the most abundant protein in our body
1.Homocystinuria... Pathway
Homocystinuria treatment
vitamin B(pyridoxine)
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nutritional biochemistry NMDF211 Session 1
Secretin
Gastrin
Cholecystokinin
ADME
A hormone released from the duodenum that stimulates pancreat…
Digestive hormone that stimulates sustained secretion of gast…
A polypeptide hormone secreted by the mucosa of the upper int…
Macronutrient Pharmacokinetics - Absorption Distribution, Met…
Secretin
A hormone released from the duodenum that stimulates pancreat…
Gastrin
Digestive hormone that stimulates sustained secretion of gast…
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NMDF211 Nutritional Biochemistry - Session 1
Name three major groups of carbohydrat…
Which monosaccharide has a slower rate…
The digestion of disaccharides occurs…
The digestive enzymes which achieve th…
• Monosaccharides - Structurally the simplest carbohydrate an…
Fructose;... • Is absorbed from the small intestine into enteroc…
•Site of digestion occurs within the upper small intestine.
Disaccharidases;... •The disaccharidases activity occurs in the…
Name three major groups of carbohydrat…
• Monosaccharides - Structurally the simplest carbohydrate an…
Which monosaccharide has a slower rate…
Fructose;... • Is absorbed from the small intestine into enteroc…
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Session 1, Unit 2: Biochemistry: Metabolic Effects of Glucagon and Insulin
What organs play a major role in metab…
In order to function, the brain, liver…
what hormones control energy metabolism?
changes in concentrations of hormones…
liver (produce fuel), adipose (store), muscle (use), and brai…
the nervous system, availability of circulating substrates, a…
insulin, glucagon, EPI, NOREPI, cortisol, and GH
storage and degradation of stored food in response to changes…
What organs play a major role in metab…
liver (produce fuel), adipose (store), muscle (use), and brai…
In order to function, the brain, liver…
the nervous system, availability of circulating substrates, a…
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SOM 1 TERM 1 Biochemistry LEC 36 (Pentose phosphate pathway)
what is the oxidative pathway (irrever…
what is the non-oxidative pathway
RIbulose 5 phosphate is converted to r…
Ribulose 5 phosphate is converted xylu…
glucose-6-phosphate--->glucose 6 phosphate dehydrogenase (NAD…
3 moles of ribulose-5-p... Ribose-5-p... xylulose-5-p... xylulose-5-p…
isomerase
epimerase
what is the oxidative pathway (irrever…
glucose-6-phosphate--->glucose 6 phosphate dehydrogenase (NAD…
what is the non-oxidative pathway
3 moles of ribulose-5-p... Ribose-5-p... xylulose-5-p... xylulose-5-p…
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STEP 1 Biochemistry - Drugs and the Enzymes They Inhibit (and Pathway)
dihydroorotate dehydrogenase (pyrimidi…
dihydrofolate reductase (pyrimidine sy…
thymidylate synthase (pyrimidine synth…
purine synthesis
leflunomide
methotrexate, trimethoprim and pyrimethamine
5-fluorouracil
6-mercaptopurine
dihydroorotate dehydrogenase (pyrimidi…
leflunomide
dihydrofolate reductase (pyrimidine sy…
methotrexate, trimethoprim and pyrimethamine
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NBCE Part 1: Biochemistry Metabolic Pathways (T2)
The breakdown of macromolecules into s…
Generally, Catabolism is used to _____…
The synthesis of macromolecules From s…
ATP and the ________ ______ which were…
Catabolism (CATabolism = CATastrophe!)
Generate ATP... (FADH2)
Anabolism
Reducing Powers... Drive
The breakdown of macromolecules into s…
Catabolism (CATabolism = CATastrophe!)
Generally, Catabolism is used to _____…
Generate ATP... (FADH2)
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Pre-session - Biochemistry Lecture 2
What are Enzymes?
What are Rybozymes?
What are the 6 major classes of enzymes?
Synthetase
Enzymes are protein catalysts that increase the rate of react…
RNA's with catalytic activity but are much less encountered t…
requires ATP.
What are Enzymes?
Enzymes are protein catalysts that increase the rate of react…
What are Rybozymes?
RNA's with catalytic activity but are much less encountered t…
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Pre-session - Biochemistry Lecture 3
Tricarboxylic acid cycle
Where does the Tricarboxylic acid cycl…
What converts pyruvate to acetyl CoA?
What are the components of the PDH com…
Final pathway where the oxidative metabolism of carbohydrates…
Mitochondria.
pyruvate dehydrogenase with NAD+ converted to NADH.
1. Pyruvate dehydrogenase (E1) also called a decarboxylase.…
Tricarboxylic acid cycle
Final pathway where the oxidative metabolism of carbohydrates…
Where does the Tricarboxylic acid cycl…
Mitochondria.
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Pre-session - Biochemistry Lecture 4
What are Lipids?
What enzyme catalyzed the digestion of…
What does Emulsification of dietary li…
What pancreatic enzyme degrades TAG?
Heterogeneous group of water insoluble (hydrophobic) organic…
Lipase.
Increases the surface are of the hydrophobic lipid droplets s…
Pancreatic lipase.
What are Lipids?
Heterogeneous group of water insoluble (hydrophobic) organic…
What enzyme catalyzed the digestion of…
Lipase.
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Glycolysis
hexokinase
phosphoglucoisomerase OR glucose phosp…
phosphofructokinase
aldolase
hexokinase
phosphoglucoisomerase OR glucose phosp…
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Biochemistry 1
First Law of Thermodynamics
Second Law of Thermodynamics
Free energy equation
What is G when the system is in equili…
The total amount of energy in the universe remains constant a…
The total entropy of the universe is constantly increasing.
G = H - TS
G = 0 when the system is in equilibrium
First Law of Thermodynamics
The total amount of energy in the universe remains constant a…
Second Law of Thermodynamics
The total entropy of the universe is constantly increasing.
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Session 1, Unit 2, Biochem: Lipid and Lipoprotein Part II
After hydrolysis by LPL, VLDL transfer…
what can happen to remnants of VLDL af…
what are VLDL remnants primarily compr…
what facilitates the conversion of IDL…
Apo C and sometimes Apo E, triglycerides in exchange for chol…
internalized by the liver or converted to IDL then LDL
more cholesterol, less TAGs now
hepatic triglyceride lipase (HTGL)
After hydrolysis by LPL, VLDL transfer…
Apo C and sometimes Apo E, triglycerides in exchange for chol…
what can happen to remnants of VLDL af…
internalized by the liver or converted to IDL then LDL
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Unit 3: Biochemistry and Cells
Organic molecules
Carbohydrates
Starch
Glucose
Made of carbon atoms and include 4 categories: Carbohydrates,…
Organic molecules occurring in sugars, starch, and cellulose.
A large carbohydrate molecule.
The monomer of starch aka simple sugar.
Organic molecules
Made of carbon atoms and include 4 categories: Carbohydrates,…
Carbohydrates
Organic molecules occurring in sugars, starch, and cellulose.
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Session 1. Biochem Unit 2: Lecture 1&2 Fatty Acid Synthesis & Complex Lipid Metabolism
lipids are a broad group of naturally…
what is the strucure of phospholipids…
where are phospholipids found/ function?
major class of phospholipids that is a…
fat (TAGs in adipose and lipoproteins), waxes, vitamins (D,A,…
hydrophilic head portion composed of an alcohol attached by p…
they are the predominant lipid in cell MEMBRANE, intracellula…
glycerophospholipids.
lipids are a broad group of naturally…
fat (TAGs in adipose and lipoproteins), waxes, vitamins (D,A,…
what is the strucure of phospholipids…
hydrophilic head portion composed of an alcohol attached by p…
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BCH-I: Chapter 20 - Pentose Phosphate Pathway
PPP occurs entirely in the _______ of…
PPP is significant in following tissue…
PPP is of minimal importance in ______…
Although PPP is involved in the synthe…
cytoplasm
Nuerons; Fat (adipose tissue); Liver; RBC; Adrenal Cortex; Ki…
muscle
ATP
PPP occurs entirely in the _______ of…
cytoplasm
PPP is significant in following tissue…
Nuerons; Fat (adipose tissue); Liver; RBC; Adrenal Cortex; Ki…
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Pre-session - Biochemistry Lecture 5
Are amino acids stored in the body?
What are the 3 ways AAs are obtained?
What is the first phase of AA cataboli…
What are the two groups formed from re…
Unlike fats and carbohydrates, AAs are not stored by the body.
1. Diet.... 2. Synthesized de novo.... 3. Produced from normal prot…
Removal of the A-amino groups forming 1. Ammonia and 2. The c…
1. Ammonia.... 2. The corresponding alpha-keto acid.
Are amino acids stored in the body?
Unlike fats and carbohydrates, AAs are not stored by the body.
What are the 3 ways AAs are obtained?
1. Diet.... 2. Synthesized de novo.... 3. Produced from normal prot…
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Biochemistry
cellulose
starch
glycogen
chitin
Carbohydrate component of plant cell walls.
Storage polysaccharide of plants.
Extremely branched polymer of glucose.
Polysaccharide found in arthropod exoskeletons.
cellulose
Carbohydrate component of plant cell walls.
starch
Storage polysaccharide of plants.
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Pre-session - Biochemistry Lecture 6
What is the main difference between or…
How is Energy content of Food calculat…
How is the energy content of Food expr…
How many kilojoules are in 1 food calo…
Organ contains a carbon.
Calculated from the heat released by the total combustion of…
In Kilocalories (kcal, or Cal).
4.2 kilojoules.
What is the main difference between or…
Organ contains a carbon.
How is Energy content of Food calculat…
Calculated from the heat released by the total combustion of…
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Biochemistry (Metabolism)-USMLE First Aid
Mitochondria
Cytoplasm
Both mitochondria and cytoplasm
Kinase
Fatty acid oxidation (β-oxidation), acetyl-CoA production, TC…
Glycolysis, fatty acid synthesis, HMP shunt, protein synthesi…
Heme synthesis, Urea cycle, Gluconeogenesis.... HUGs take two.
uses ATP to add high-energy phosphate group onto substrate (e…
Mitochondria
Fatty acid oxidation (β-oxidation), acetyl-CoA production, TC…
Cytoplasm
Glycolysis, fatty acid synthesis, HMP shunt, protein synthesi…
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CH 14: Glycolysis, Gluconeogenesis, & Pentose Phosphate Pathway
Glycolysis
Fermentation
Lactic Acid Fermentation
Hypoxia
CATABOLIC Pathway by which a molecule of Glucose is *BROK…
Energy-YIELDING ANAEROBIC Break-Down of a Nutrient molecu…
Glycolysis is followed by BREAKDOWN of the 3-Carbon *Py…
Metabolic Condition in which supply of Oxygen is SEVERELY Lim…
Glycolysis
CATABOLIC Pathway by which a molecule of Glucose is *BROK…
Fermentation
Energy-YIELDING ANAEROBIC Break-Down of a Nutrient molecu…
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Biochemistry - Lecture 15 - Glycolysis Pathway
Is there a difference in the amount of…
Which enzyme inter-converts between ad…
What is the product of ATP + AMP?... Delt…
Can ADP be used for ATP synthesis?
Yes. More energy is released under physiological conditions
Adenylate kinase
ADP... DeltaG is about 0kJ/mol... Keq is about 1
Yes
Is there a difference in the amount of…
Yes. More energy is released under physiological conditions
Which enzyme inter-converts between ad…
Adenylate kinase
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Biochemistry 1 (FIU) - Berg Chapter 15
metabolic pathways
ATP
oxidation
regulated
Fuels are degraded and large molecules are constructed step b…
_____ links energy-releasing pathways with energy-requiring p…
The _______ of carbon fuels powers the formation of ATP
Metabolic pathways are highly _______
metabolic pathways
Fuels are degraded and large molecules are constructed step b…
ATP
_____ links energy-releasing pathways with energy-requiring p…
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Biochemistry - Pentose Phosphate Pathway
What is an anabolic alternative pathwa…
What are other names for the pentose p…
What is the starting material for pent…
What is an important ending product of…
Pentose phosphate pathway
- Pentose shunt... - Hexose monophosphate pathway
Glucose-6-phosphate
Ribose
What is an anabolic alternative pathwa…
Pentose phosphate pathway
What are other names for the pentose p…
- Pentose shunt... - Hexose monophosphate pathway
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Session 1
metabolism
4 parts of metabolism
anabolism
catabolism
chemical reactions required to maintain life
digestion and assimilation of nutrients... anabolism... catabolism…
synthesis
breakdown
metabolism
chemical reactions required to maintain life
4 parts of metabolism
digestion and assimilation of nutrients... anabolism... catabolism…
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Biochem Exam III: Pentose Phosphate Pathway
Pentose Phosphate Reaction
Key Function
Pentose Phosphate Pathway
Pathways Requiring NADPH
3 Glucose-6-P + 6 NADP+ + 3 H2O - 6 NADPH + 6H+ + 3 CO2 + 2F-…
1. Provides all organisms with a source of NADPH to use on re…
Synthesis: fatty acid biosynthesis, cholesterol biosynthesis,…
Pentose Phosphate Reaction
3 Glucose-6-P + 6 NADP+ + 3 H2O - 6 NADPH + 6H+ + 3 CO2 + 2F-…
Key Function
1. Provides all organisms with a source of NADPH to use on re…
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Biochemistry Signal Transduction 1
DNA Binding Domain (DND)
Ligand Binding Domain (LBD)
N-Terminal Domain (NRD)
Type 1 Hormone Receptor
A highly conserved domain that contains two zinc fingers that…
A highly conserved α-helical globular domain that binds to a…
A highly variable sequence/structure that contains the "trans…
Located inside the cytoplasm bound to heat shock proteins (HS…
DNA Binding Domain (DND)
A highly conserved domain that contains two zinc fingers that…
Ligand Binding Domain (LBD)
A highly conserved α-helical globular domain that binds to a…
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Biochemistry - pentose phosphate pathway
overview
NADH vs NADPH
2 phases of PPP
step 1 of oxidative phase
-No ATP is consumed or produced... -we are able to interconvert…
NADPH is similar in structure and function as the high energy…
1) oxidative phase - we are oxidizing...we start with glucose…
Glucose-6-phosphate is oxidized to form lactone. NADPH is pro…
overview
-No ATP is consumed or produced... -we are able to interconvert…
NADH vs NADPH
NADPH is similar in structure and function as the high energy…
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Biochemistry Chapter 20: The Pentose Phosphate Pathway
What is the pentose phosphate pathway?
What pathways require NADPH?
How does this pathway work? (generally)
what happens in the oxidative phase?
The way we obtain our main source of NADPH for reductive bios…
Fatty acid biosynthesis... Cholesterol biosynthesis... Neurotransmi…
it consists of two phases:... 1. the oxidative generation of NAD…
NADPH is generated when glucose-6-phosphate is oxidized to ri…
What is the pentose phosphate pathway?
The way we obtain our main source of NADPH for reductive bios…
What pathways require NADPH?
Fatty acid biosynthesis... Cholesterol biosynthesis... Neurotransmi…
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Pentose Phosphate Pathway
Pentose Phosphate Pathway (PPP)
2 NADPH
Glucose-6-Phosphate (G6P) to Ribose-5-…
Glucose-6-Phosphate (G6P) dehydrogenase
Major source of Ribose (5 Carbon), DNA and RNA synthesis, NAD…
Number of reducing agent molecules produced by Oxy rxn in the…
The Oxidative Phase of the Pentose Phosphate Pathway - 2 NADP…
1st enzyme used in Oxidative Phase of PPP for G6P to R5P
Pentose Phosphate Pathway (PPP)
Major source of Ribose (5 Carbon), DNA and RNA synthesis, NAD…
2 NADPH
Number of reducing agent molecules produced by Oxy rxn in the…
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Biochem - Chapter 20 Pentose Phosphate Pathway
site of PPP
pentose phosphate shunt
G6P potential reactions
glucose 6-phosphate reaction
cytoplasm which is also where glycolysis occurs (these pathwa…
also called a shunt because it can change what molecule can b…
to ribulose 5-phosphate (PPP)... to fructose 6-phosphate (glyco…
--> ribulose 5-phosphate... enzyme: glucose 6-phosphate dehydrog…
site of PPP
cytoplasm which is also where glycolysis occurs (these pathwa…
pentose phosphate shunt
also called a shunt because it can change what molecule can b…
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Biochemistry: Chapter 35: Pentose Pathway
What energy source does the pentose pa…
What molecular building block does pen…
Where is pentose pathway(PP) active?
1. What is PP used for in Liver, Lacta…
NADPH
Ribose
Liver, Lactating Mammary glands, RBC's, Phagocytosis in WBC's
provides NADPH for fatty acid biosynthesis
What energy source does the pentose pa…
NADPH
What molecular building block does pen…
Ribose
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Basic Biochemistry AP Biology
Catabolic pathways
Word Roots: an-
Word Roots: glyco-
Word Roots: -lysis
metabolic pathways that breaks down molecules into smaller un…
not (anaerobic: chemical reaction not using oxygen)
sweet;
split (glycolysis: the splitting of glucose into pyruvate)
Catabolic pathways
metabolic pathways that breaks down molecules into smaller un…
Word Roots: an-
not (anaerobic: chemical reaction not using oxygen)
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Biochemistry: Chapter 1
methyl
ether
ethyl
ester
R-CH3
R1-O-R2
R-CH2-CH3
methyl
R-CH3
ether
R1-O-R2
Pentose Phosphate Pathway
Oxidative Branch
NADPH
Ribulose-5-P
Non-Oxidative Branch
- produces NADPH and ribulose-5-P from glucose
- reducing agent... - free radical quenching... - used in anabolic…
- needed for DNA, RNA synthetic pathways... - cofactor synthesis
- when pentose-5-P levels sufficient, operates as shunt into…
Oxidative Branch
- produces NADPH and ribulose-5-P from glucose
NADPH
- reducing agent... - free radical quenching... - used in anabolic…
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Biochemistry 1 review part 5
D-Cellobiose
D-Fructose
D-Glucose
D-Galactose
D-Cellobiose
D-Fructose
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Basic Biochemistry AP Biology
Catabolic pathways
Word Roots: an-
Word Roots: glyco-
Word Roots: -lysis
metabolic pathways that breaks down molecules into smaller un…
not (anaerobic: chemical reaction not using oxygen)
sweet;
split (glycolysis: the splitting of glucose into pyruvate)
Catabolic pathways
metabolic pathways that breaks down molecules into smaller un…
Word Roots: an-
not (anaerobic: chemical reaction not using oxygen)
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Biochemistry Test 1 Flashcards
Reductionist
What functions do all living organisms…
Small molecules
Biological polymers
- take cells apart and explain how each part works... - put ever…
- ATP for energy to transfer... - NADH for e- transfer... - Coenzym…
Called biomolecules... nucleotides... amino acids... Simple Sugars... met…
nucleic acids (DNA & RNA)... proteins... polysaccharides... lipids
Reductionist
- take cells apart and explain how each part works... - put ever…
What functions do all living organisms…
- ATP for energy to transfer... - NADH for e- transfer... - Coenzym…
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Bio/Biochem Phy/Soc Session 1
Structural proteins
Collagen
Elastin
Keratin
collagen... elastin... keratin... actin... tubulin
trielical... makes up most ECM connective tissue... support and fle…
ECM connective tissue... Strech and recoil
Found in epithelial cells... mechanical integrity of cell... Functi…
Structural proteins
collagen... elastin... keratin... actin... tubulin
Collagen
trielical... makes up most ECM connective tissue... support and fle…
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Biochemistry 9: Carbohydrate Metabolism I (Glycolysis, Glycogen, Gluconeogensis, and the Pentose Phosphate pathway)
How does glucose entry work?
What is GLUT 2?
Why does GLUT2 have a high Km?
What serves as the glucose sensor for…
Glucose entry into most cells is driven by concentration and…
-a low affinity transporter in hepatocytes and pancreatic B-i…
the liver will pick up excess glucose and store it only after…
B-islet cells of the pancreas, GLUT2, glucokinase
How does glucose entry work?
Glucose entry into most cells is driven by concentration and…
What is GLUT 2?
-a low affinity transporter in hepatocytes and pancreatic B-i…
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Biochemistry - Pentose Phosphate Pathway
Pentose Phosphate Pathway (PPP)
Steroid synthesis
Liver
Fatty acid synthesis
- provides precursor five carbon sugars, pentoses or phosphop…
- the adrenal gland, testes, and ovary utilize the PPP for th…
- this organ utilizes the PPP for Fatty acid and cholesterol…
- adipose tissue and mammary gland utilize the PPP for this f…
Pentose Phosphate Pathway (PPP)
- provides precursor five carbon sugars, pentoses or phosphop…
Steroid synthesis
- the adrenal gland, testes, and ovary utilize the PPP for th…
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Biochemistry Lecture 7
_____ coupled receptors and receptor t…
______ coupled receptors form the larg…
The 3 subunits of a G-protein coupled…
The _____ subunit will bind to GTP to…
G-protein
G-protein
Alpha (GTPase)... Beta... Gamma
Alpha
_____ coupled receptors and receptor t…
G-protein
______ coupled receptors form the larg…
G-protein
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