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Macronutrient Metabolism In Human Health And Disease

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Macronutrient Metabolism In Human Health And Disease FN 43700

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This 4 page Class Notes was uploaded by Ally Pouros on Saturday September 19, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to FN 43700 at Purdue University taught by Kimberly Buhman in Fall. Since its upload, it has received 60 views. For similar materials see /class/207996/fn-43700-purdue-university in Food Science & Technology at Purdue University.

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Date Created: 09/19/15
Name FN 43700 Extra Credit 2 points Due February 17 Gluconeogenesis 1 What is the role of the liver in glucose metabolism 2 What is the role of muscle in glucose metabolism In terms of gluconeogensis 3 What effect would Glucagon have on the liver In terms of gluconeogenesis 4 Draw a picture depicting the actions of a hormone on a cell Does the hormone enter the cell Does the hormone only cause one effect inside the cell This can be a general depiction FN 43700 Glycolysis Worksheet Extra Credit 30 points Due Feb 13 2012 in class 1 Which best describes the free energy change from glucose to pyruvate Why Pyruvate Glucose GIucose gt Pyruvate Glucose Pyruvate 2 Phosphofructokinase is the main flux controlling enzyme for glycolysis It is inhibited by high ATP and activated by AMP and ADP a Why does this regulation make sense b In what circumstances is this regulation overridden Why is this important as well c On the graph below of enzyme activity vs substrate label the lines that represent ATP inhibition overriddenand ATP inhibition Enzyme Activity Substrate 3 a Draw in one way or 2 way arrows in the correct places in the pathway of glycolysis b Draw out the structures of all metabolites in glycolysis next to the names Be sure to think of the types of reactions that are taking pacewhie drawing the structures Start Finish c The reactions with one way arrows are A Isomerizations B In equilibrium C Regulated steps D Oxidative reactions d Place an arrow bringing in ATP for reactions that require ATP and an arrow taking away ATP for reactions that produce ATP Also highlight reactions where electron donors to the electron transport chain are produced


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