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Chapter 5 Metabolism. 3 Questions About Microbial Metabolism. How do microbes metabolize glucose? How do microbes generate ATP? How do microbes get around abnormal conditions?. 3 Ways to Metabolize Glucose. Glycolysis Pentose Phosphate Entner-Doudoroff Pathway.
Chapter Goals (metabolism). After studying this chapter, students should be able to 1. describe the steps of glycolysis and discuss the significance of this metabolic pathway. 2. describe how lactic acid is formed and explain the physiological significance of this pathway.
Biochemical Pathways. Metabolism is a series of linked biochemical reactions pathwaysLinear pathways: A ? B ? C ? DCircular pathways: Follow a series of reactions to recreate one of the original substrates. Spiral pathways: Used to make or destroy a polymer 1 unit at a t
Chapter 25: Metabolism. BIO 211 Lecture Instructor: Dr. Gollwitzer. Today in class we will discuss: The definitions of metabolism, catabolism, anabolism and nutrient pool Their relationship Carbohydrate metabolism Glycolysis Citric acid/tricarboxylic (TCA) cycle
Chapter 8 Metabolism. Questions . How does 2 nd law of thermodynamics explain diffusion? What is a catabolic process? What is an anabolic process? Which, catabolic or anabolic, requires energy? Which, catabolic or anabolic, produces energy?. Questions (Answers) .
Chapter 25 Metabolism. Functions of food source of energy essential nutrients stored for future use Metabolism is all the chemical reactions of the body some reactions produce the energy stored in ATP that other reactions consume
Metabolism Chapter 14. Metabolism. A process where living cells use nutrients in many chemical reactions that provide energy for vital processes and activities. Main Function of Metabolism.
chapter five: microbial metabolism. oxidation-reduction. redox reaction: coupled reactions. e - removed as part of H atom. redox reactions. aerobic respiration. oxygenic photosynthesis. carbon source organic vs. CO 2. heterotroph. autotroph. energy source light/chemical.
Chapter 6 Microbial Metabolism. Energy Metabolism Special Metabolism in Microbes The Relationship between Catabolism and Anabolism Regulation of Metabolism and Ferment Industry . catabolism. metabolism. anabolism. An Overview metabolism. metabolism ：.