Energy, Enzymes & Metabolism

by Georgina Cornwall, PhD

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    The lecture Energy, Enzymes & Metabolism by Georgina Cornwall, PhD is from the course Energy, Enzymes and Metabolism. It contains the following chapters:

    • What is Energy?
    • Laws of Thermodynamics
    • Chemical, Endergonic & Exergonic Reactions
    • Activation Energy of Reactions
    • ATP
    • Bicarbonate Buffering System
    • Activation or Inhibition
    • Assisting Enzymes
    • Biochemical Pathways

    Included Quiz Questions

    1. All reactions result in a change in free energy
    2. That disorder in the universe is always increasing
    3. Not all energy resulting from chemical reactions is available to do work
    4. Entropy is free energy, and enthalpy is energy lost to the system
    5. Endergonic reactions release energy
    1. Decrease activation energy
    2. Are biological catalysts
    3. Help metabolic processes proceed more rapidly
    4. Can work at an unlimited rate regardless of temperature substrate concentration and pH
    1. Decrease the temperature of the incubator where the cells are growing
    2. Increase the pH of the media the cells are growing in to the optimum pH
    3. Add cofactors to the media the cells are growing in
    4. Add an allosteric activator to the cells
    1. A metabolic pathway
    2. Feedback inhibition
    3. Allosteric regulation
    4. Enzyme inhibition

    Author of lecture Energy, Enzymes & Metabolism

     Georgina Cornwall, PhD

    Georgina Cornwall, PhD

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