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metabolism
total of all chem rxns

how gain/expend E from food
anaerobic
1st 30 min

E during day

glucose

no O2
aerobic
long

stored fat

req's O
anabolism
small --> big

proteins
a.a+a.a. --> E

carbs
glucose + glucose --> glycogen


fats
glylcerl + f.acids w/ E --> tricglyc
catabolism
big --> small

protein
a.a. breakdown

carbs
fatty acids release E b/c C's

E RELEASED
ATP
3 Pi groups

bonds connecting high E

uses E released from catabolism

- charges --> suscept to hydrolysis

often paired -- coupled rxns
coupled rxns
pairs chem rxns

E released from breaking down 1 compound used to create bond another compound
site of rxns for cells
liver:
--- most versatile/metabolly active
enzymes
helper in rxn

protein catalysts

don't change in process
coenzyme
helper in rxns

help enzymes

[E] no func w/o
breaking down nutrients for glucose: carbs

pyruvate
3-C

can --> glucose
breaking down nutrients for glucose: carbs

acetyle CoA
2-C w/ CoA attached

not revers

anything enters here -->
1. used for E
2. stored fat
breaking down nutrients for glucose: carbs

lactic acid
recycles, can --> some cals

--> soreness, muscle,

3-C -->ed during anaerboci
glycolysis
glucose dividing

a little bit ATP needed to initiate

1. glucose to pyruvate
2. pyruvate options
pyruvate options
anerobic pathway

aerboci pathway
pyruvate to lactic acid
anerobic pathway

using carbs

accepts H+s, pyr -- lactic acid
glucose keeps anaerobic E

intense exercise --> increase lac acid, burning sens muscles, allows glycolysis to continue
Cori cycle
recycle glucose from lactic acid in liver