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Chapter 8 Metabolism & Enzymes. METABOLISM ENERGY AND LIFE. What is life?. Life is a collection of chemical reactions. LIFE IS WORK. Cells need energy to do work. Figure 6.1  The complexity of metabolism. METABOLIC PATHWAY. -series of steps -enzyme directed

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Chapter 8

Metabolism

&

Enzymes


METABOLISM

ENERGY

AND LIFE


What is life
What is life?

Life is a

collection of

chemical reactions.


LIFE

IS

WORK


Cells need

energy to

do work



METABOLIC PATHWAY

-series of steps

-enzyme directed

-enzyme managed

-the management of material and energy resources

Catabolic Anabolic


Metabolism

  • forming bonds between molecules

    • dehydration synthesis

    • anabolic reactions

  • breaking bonds between molecules

    • hydrolysis

    • catabolic reactions


CATBOLIC

RELEASES ENERGY

COUPLED RXN’s

USES/STORES ENERGY

ANABOLIC


Transformations!

Potential to Kinetic


THERMODYNAMICS

the study of energy transformations

Closed system? Open?

(Bioenergetics)


1st LAW OF THERMODYNAMICS:

Energy can be changed but not created or destroyed

Energy of universe is constant

A qualitative change - not quantitative


2ND LAW OF THERMO.:

Entropy of the universe is constantly increasing



DEFINE ENTROPY-

randomness or disorder

WHAT CAUSES IT?-

energy transfers or transformations


WHAT IS FREE ENERGY?

energy available for work

WHAT IS WORK?

any change!



Potential

Energy

Kinetic

Energy


Organisms require energy to live
Organisms require energy to live

  • Sources of energy?

    Coupling exergonic reactions (releasing energy)

    with endergonic reactions (needing energy)

energy

+

+

energy

+

+


1st + 2nd = Quantity of energy is conserved but not the quality

Fate of all energy is to end up as heat energy - not available for work


Organisms are open systems that exchange energy and materials with their surroundings.

They create ordered structures using energy that flows into environment as light.

They take in ordered structures and create less ordered ones and release heat.

Living systems then increase entropy.

Complex organisms developed from simpler ones. Entropy?


REACTIONS! materials with their surroundings.

SPONTANEOUS

OR

NOT?

With or without outside help?


Kinetic and potential energy dam
Kinetic and potential energy: dam materials with their surroundings.




When a spontaneous process occurs in a system, stability of the system is increased.

Unstable systems tend to change to become more stable.


More free energy less stable greater work capacity
More free energy the system is increased.Less stableGreater work capacity

  • In a spontaneous change

  • free energy decreases (ΔG<0)

  • system becomes more stable

  • released free energy can be used to do work

More free energyLess stableGreater work capacity



  • EXERGONIC REACTIONS: the system is increased.

  • ENERGY RELEASING REACTIONS

  • PROCEEDS WITH A NET LOSS OF FREE ENERGY

  • DOWNHILL; SPONTANEOUS

  • NEGATIVE FREE ENERGY


  • ENDERGONIC REACTIONS- the system is increased.

  • ENERGY REQUIRING

  • PROCEEDS WITH A NET GAIN OF FREE ENERGY

  • UPHILL; NONSPONTANEOUS

  • POSITIVE FREE ENERGY


G = free energy the system is increased.

H = total energy

S = entropy

T = ‘C + 273 = K

G = H - TS


G = H - T S the system is increased.

G = free energy

G = Gfinal state - Ginitial state

H = total energy (enthalpy)

T = degrees Kelvin

S = entropy



Spontaneous?? the system is increased.

Systems that are-

High free energy &/or low entropy

Unstable

Highly ordered


In a spontaneous process, the system is increased.

free energy decreases

G < 0


Nature runs downhill! the system is increased.

To occur spontaneously, the system must either give up energy (a decrease in H), give up order (an increase in S) or both. G < 0


END the system is increased.

PART 1


ATP the system is increased.


The structure and hydrolysis of atp
The structure and hydrolysis of ATP the system is increased.


ATP the system is increased.


Energy coupling by phosphate transfer
Energy coupling by phosphate transfer the system is increased.


The atp cycle
The ATP cycle the system is increased.


ENZYMES the system is increased.


Interesting Enzymes the system is increased.

  • Mars Rovers search for traces of enzymes

  • PKU test - phenylketonuria

  • meat tenderizer, cleansers

  • heart attack indicator

  • improve dough quality in bread

  • improve clarity in beer and liquors


  • environmental cleanup and biotech the system is increased.

  • 10,000 to 20,000 daltons in size

  • 125-3000 amino acid units

  • 10176 to 109020 possible combinations

  • only 10103 molecules in universe

  • age of universe is 1017 seconds old

  • <1040 enzyme codons have been read since life began


Catalase can digest 5 million hydrogen peroxide molecules per minute

1 ounce of pepsin per 4000 lbs of egg white in a few hours-- would take 10 to 20 tons of acid for 24-48 hours at high temp


Endergonic vs. Exergonic per minute

ΔG = change in free energy = ability to do work


Chemical reaction energy
Chemical reaction & energy per minute

  • Some reactions releaseenergy

    • Exergonic

      • Digesting polymers

      • Hydrolysis = catabolism

  • Some reactions require input of energy

    • Endergonic

      • Building polymers

      • Dehydration synthesis = anabolic


G = H - T S per minute

G = ( -) or (< 0 ) G = ( +) or (> 0 )

spontaneous/ downhill nonspontaneous

exergonic endergonic

catabolic anabolic

Respiration Photosynthesis

energy released energy stored

exothermic endothermic

Low G High G

High S Low S

initial final

final initial

s

T = absolute temperature K

H = change in total bond energy of reactants and products in a system

G = free energy

S = change in entropy = disorder or randomness

assume as "0" then ΔG = H

Free energy = total potential energy

increase entropy = decrease in free energy

or increase temperature = increase in entropy


PROTEIN KINASES per minute

Enzymes that catalyze phosphorylation

PHOSPHATASES

Catalyze dephosphorylation

Act as “switches” to turn on or off proteins


END per minute

PART 2


Shown to the right are two plots of the energy levels of molecules involved in a reaction such as

A + B > C

over the course of the reaction.

The blue curve depicts the course of the reaction in the absence of an enzyme which facilitates the reaction while the red curve depicts the course of the reaction in the presence of the reaction specific enzyme. The difference in energy level between the beginning state (left side) and the energy necessary to start the reaction (peaks of the curves) is the activation energy of the reaction.

The presence of the enzyme lowers the energy of


  • Shown to the right are three plots of the energy levels of molecules involved in a reaction such as

  • A + B > C

  • The first plot depicts the distribution of energy levels of the reactants at body temperature without the presence of an enzyme. The vertical blue line indicates the activation energy level which must be attained for the reaction to occur. The shaded portion of the distribution on the left indicates the proportion of A and B molecules having sufficient energy levels to participate in the reaction.


  • The second plot depicts the distribution of energy levels of the reactants at a temperature higher than body temperature but in the absence of an enzyme. The distribution is shifted to a higher average energy level but the activation energy remains the same. Clearly, there is a higher proportion of molecules at an energy level high enough to participate in the reaction than if the molecules were at body temperature.

    The third plot is the same as the first one but with the presence of an enzyme the activation energy for the reaction has been lowered significantly. Thus, the proportion of molecules at an energy level above the activation is greatly increased which means the reaction will proceed at a much higher rate.


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