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coenzyme
molecule that temperaly store thing
what effect the metabolic rate
body temp, brown fat, hormone level, activity
Kilocalorie
large calorie. amount of energy needed to raise the temp. of 1 kilogram of water one degree centigrade
catabolism
break down of organic substrates.
atp ---> ADP
What is the reaction for carbohydrate metabolism? When do u exhale and inhale? how many atps are produced?
1)C6H12O6 + 6 O2 --> 6 H2O + 6 CO2
2) inhale O2 exhale CO2
3) 36 -38 atps
NADH and FADH2
go into electron transport chain to produce H20
acetyl co A to kerbs cycle produces
atp, nadh, fadh2, and co2 (4 of them)
how many kcal?
carbs
protein
fats
4 to 6
4 to 6
9
pyruvic acid
3 carbon ....produces 2 atps and 2 nadh
absorptive state
when we eat no storage
what is the flow for glucose breakdown
glucose-pyruvic acid- acetyl coenzyme A - kerbs cycle
pyruci acid to acetyl coenzyme a release
2 CO2 (exhale)
postabsorptive state
when you stop eatting. since you aren't absorbing molecule you still need energy to fuction so stored ones are used
BMR basal metabolic rate
minimum, resting energy expenditures of an awake, alret person
anaerobic
pyruvic acid become anaerobic to produce atp and lactic acid
anabolism
synthesis of new organic molecules.
adp + P --> atp