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BioenergeticsMetabolism BIS 103

Charity Daniel
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This 28 page Class Notes was uploaded by Charity Daniel on Tuesday September 8, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to BIS 103 at University of California - Davis taught by Staff in Fall. Since its upload, it has received 41 views. For similar materials see /class/187633/bis-103-university-of-california-davis in Biological Sciences at University of California - Davis.

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Date Created: 09/08/15
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culummsssthelrcommem iish nil children ied nnly plants will nyumescamlimesdeL tint get the precious things they need i to live and grew ll Intracellular Proteolysis Skeletal Muscle gt Amino Acids Aminotransferases Amino AcidX ocKGA ocKeto AcidX Glu Ala Aminotransferase Lem Pyr ocKGA IIIII Intracellular Proteolysis Skeletal Muscle gt Amino Acids Aminotransferases Amino AcidX ocKGA ocKeto AcidX Glu Glu Dehydrogenase EgtGluNAD H20 aKGA NADH NH3 Glutamine Synthetase E NH3GIu ATP ADP Pi O O 0 9 Ala Aminotransferase ocKGA Glu Pyr gt NH3 or Asp Glutaminase gt H20 Glu NH3 Glutaminase H20 Glu Muscles other extrghepgtic orqans I I BLOOD El In conditions of metabolic acidosis gt The Cori and Alanine Cvcle Glycogen lt Glucose gtPyruvate Proteins Lactate Alanine 4 l Muscle I I I I I Blood I I I I l l Liver I V V I Lactate Alanlne I l Glycogen 4 Glucoselt Pyruvate Urea p 89 Degradation of Amino Acids Fate of CSkeletons Glucogenic Amino Acids Cskeletons are converted to Pyruvate aKetoglutarate SuccinylCoA Fumarate Oxaloacetate 0AA Ketogenic Amino Acids Cskeletons are converted to AcetylCoA Acetoacetate p 90 Glucogenic Lipids o Ketone Bodies Isocitrate Amino Acids Common Deqra ition Product Onlz glucogenic Ala Cys Gly Ser Thr Pyruvate Asp Asn 0AA Met Thr humans Val SuccinylCoA Arg Glu Gln His Pro aKetoglutarate Onlz ketogenic Leu Lys Acetoacetate Ketoqenic and qlucoqenic Phe Tyr Fumarate Acetoacetate Trp Pyruvate AcetylCoA lle SuccinylCoA AcetylCoA p 90 Nitrogen and Sulfur Assimilation Amino Acid Synthesis Nitroqen gnd Sulfur Assimilgtion Amino Acid Biosvnthesis C02 N03 N2 Carbohydrates Amino Acids Light 602 7 Reactions gt Fixation p 91 Bioeinergetics of Macronutri39ent Assimilation Electronegativity o 34 N 30 s 26 c 26 H 22 P 21 No 30 CO2 Assimilation NADPH NADPH ATP NADPH ATP Photosynthesis NH3 st CHO H2 Nitrate Assimiliation and Nitroqen Fixation A Most Microorganisms Fungi and Plants Nitrate Reductase NO339 NADH H gt N0239 NAD H20 Nitrite Reductase NOZ39 6 Felred 8 H gt NH4 2 H20 6 Fdox B Biological Nitrogen Fixation Microorganisms Nitrogenase N2 8e3910H 16 ATP 16 H20 2 NH3 16 ADP 16 Pi H2 p 91 Assimilation of Ammonia Major Pathway for Ammonia Net Assimilation MO Fungi Plants Glutamine Sznthetase GS NH3 Glu ATP Gln ADP Pi Glutamate Sznthase Gln ocKGA NADPH H ZGlu NADP Glutamate Aminotransferase also present in animals Glu aKeto Acid 4 xKGA LocAmino Acid Glutamine Amidotransferase also present in animals Gln ROH or R1COR2 Glu RNH2 or R1CNHR2 p 92 Sulfur Assimilgtion Adenine 0 i 2 II 804 OISIO FquotO O O O carrierSSO339 H OH OH Adenosine monophosphate sulfate APS carrier AMP 6 Reduced Ferredoxin 6 Oxidized Ferredoxin J 2Fdred 2Fdox 4 HS CHz CH C OH carrier39s539 NH2 Cysteine Acetate I Hsc O CHz CliH C OH O NH2 Oacetyl serine p Sulfur Assimilgtion H3C C O CH2CIZH C OH 0 NH2 Oacetyl serine T 0 OPi CH2aCIZ C OH OH 3Phosphoglycerate 3PGA CoA NAD Acetyl CoA OH CHZCH C OH NADH H I OPi CHg CIZH C OH 0 OPi CH2 C OH O NH2 NH2 H20 Pi Glu HydroxyPpyruvate 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