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ELGIN COMMUNITY COLLEGE / Science / Sci 101 / What is metabolized into glycogen and is stored in the liver and muscl

What is metabolized into glycogen and is stored in the liver and muscl

What is metabolized into glycogen and is stored in the liver and muscl

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School: Elgin Community College
Department: Science
Course: Nutrition for Today
Professor: Jane whitsitt
Term: Spring 2016
Tags: nutrition, Science, Bio 101, Nutrition for Today, Biology, and intro to nutrition
Cost: Free
Name: Chapter 4, Lecture 3 Notes
Description: Notes from Chapter 4, Lecture 3. These consist of information about metabolism, homeostasis, and the causes of diabetes.
Uploaded: 02/29/2016
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  • Glycolysis
  • Splitting of glucose, releasing energy
  • Glycogenolysis
  • Splitting of glycogen
  • Glycogenesis
  • Make more glycogen
  • Gluconeogenesis
  • Make new glucose glucose (from a non - carbohydrates)
  1. Glucose from diet and from the liver helps maintain blood glucose
  1. Glycogen stores in the “liver” are hydrolyzed
  2. Glucose is released back into the blood from the “liver”
  3. Muscle cells lack blood from the cells
  1. Glucose from dietary carbohydrates is metabolized to yield energy
  1. Glucose is one of our primary source of energy glucose → CO2 + H2O + energy (stored in ATP)
  2. Release of energy from glucose is accomplished through the metabolic pathways of
  1. Glycolysis
  2. T<A cycle
  3. Electron transport chain
  1. Glucose is stored as glycogen
  1. Glucose is metabolized into glycogen and is stored in the liver and muscles
  1. ⅓ in the liver
  2. ⅔ in the muscles
  1. Glycogen is “limited” energy storage
  2. Glycogen stores about three times its weight in H2O
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