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Watch this video (http://openstaxcollege.org/l/ saltwater) to see an explanation of the

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Watch this video (http://openstaxcollege.org/l/ saltwater) to see an explanation of the effect of seawater on humans. What effect does drinking seawater have on the body?

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Metabolism Fuel sources  Carbs, fat, proteins Engineers  NAD, FAD o Synthesize ATP  High energy bonds  Stores chemical energy  Fuel anabolic rxns Hydrogen & Electron Carriers  NAD  FAD Carb Metabolism  Glycolysis o Glucose -> pyruvate o Investment of 2ATP o 4ADP -> 4ATP o 2NAD -> 2NADH  Pyruvate o Oxygen available  Pyruvate -> Acetyl CoA -> TCA cycle & ETC (lots more ATP) o No oxygen  Pyruvate -> lactate o Glucose needed  Pyruvate (2) -> glucose  Gluconeogenesis (liver) Triglycerides  Yields o 1 pyruvate & lots of acetyl CoA  Glycerol -> pyruvate  Primary product o Acetyl CoA Amino Acid Breakdown  Deamination o Removal of amino group o Leaves carbon skeleton  Carbon Skeleton o Glucogenic AA  Pyruvate can go to acetyl CoA or glucose o Ketogenic AA  Acetyl CoA -> citric acid cycle & ETC  Can never go back to glucose  Most AAs can be used to make glucose o Ketogenic: leucine & lysine Citric Acid Cycle  Acetyl CoA + Oxaloacetate -> Citric Acid -> Oxaloacetate o 3 conversions of NAD -> NADH o 1 conversion of FAD -> FADH2  Shuttle buses to ETC o 2 conversions of o2 -> CO2 o 1 conve

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Author: Kelly A. Young, James A. Wise, Peter DeSaix, Dean H. Kruse, & 6 more
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