Biol190 Unit 4 Checklist
Biol190 Unit 4 Checklist BIOL 190
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Biology 190 Unit 4 Checklist Laws of Thermodynamics What is metabolism> 2 types of metabolism, which reactions require input of energy (to make an ordered structure) Which reactions will be exergonic and which will be endergonic, differences between them Energy hill diagram- you should be able to draw yourself as well, label the axes, determine Ea, delta G Reactants, products, Transition state. Coupled reactions ATP Structure ATP function, vital to all living cells, ATP cycle in cells Equation of aerobic glucose catabolism Enzymes- what type of molecules are thesis, their structure, function, catalytic cycle of enzyme What do enzymes do to a reaction-lower the activation energy of a chemical reaction How enzymes can be regulated in living systems (methods other than enzyme inhibition) Types of enzyme inhibition-enzyme inhibition as a method for regulation of enzyme activity-feedback inhibition Carrier molecules, electron hydrogen ion carrying- coenzymes, function How many ATPs are produced by substrate level phosphorylation, in which step of energy metabolism how many of these electron carriers are generated Where does glucose come from for energy metabolism How energy carriers help transfer energy for electr on transport chain and chemiosmosis Summary of the whole process of Glucose catabolism
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