Lactic Acid Pathway is an anaerobic process and has a Net gain of ___ ATP.
What are the products of the pyruvic acid after the Kreb's Cycle?
(3) NADH + H (1) FADH2 (1) ATP (2) CO2
The last portion of the electron transport chain produced ______.
________ is stored as a larger molecule called glycogenin the liver, skeletal muscles, and cardiac muscles.
When the cell needs glucose, _________ of glycogen occurs in the liver
The liver has an enzyme called glucose 6-phosphatase that removes the phosphate so ________ can reenter the bloodstream.
Cori Cycle: _____ converts lactic acid to pyruvic acid and NADH + H
The main component of the Cori Cycle is ____ ______.
When glucose doesn't complete glycolysis, _________ occurs.
What is the process of breaking down triglycerides into fatty acids and glycerol?
If there are more amino acids than needed, the amine group from glutamic acid can be stripped and excreted as _____in the urine
Glucose and ketone bodies come from the ______.
Lactic acid and amino acids come from _______.
Cells receive nourishment from and release wastes into the _________ _________.
The _______ ______ contains protein fibers of collagen, elastin, and a gel-like ground substance in the extracellular environment.
_______ _______ occurs when molecules move from higher to lower concentrations without using metabolic energy.
________ _________ occurs when molecules move from lower to higher concentrations using ATP and specific carrier pumps.
____ ________ is the movement of solutes from high concentrations to low concentrations.
_____ ______ _____ is the average time it takes for a solute to diffuse.
Mean Diffusion Time
Osmosis is aided by channels in the membrane called _________.
A patient should normally receive a ______% saline solution.
Solutions with a lower solute concentration than the cell are ______.
Solutions with a higher solute concentration than the cell are ________.
Hypotonic solutions will cause a cell to ______.
Hypertonic solutions will cause a cell to _______.
In _____ Diffusion, no ATP is used, there is Net movement from high to low concentration, and requires specific carrier-mediated proteins.
The _____/____ Pump requires the expenditure of ATP, is involved in Active Transport, and is found in all body cells.
Na+/K+ Pump: ______ enzyme pumps 3 Na+ out of the cell and 2 K+ into the cell. Helps to produce electrochemical impulses in neuron and muscle cells.
Even with all of the K+ inside of a cell, the negative molecules inside and all of the Na+ outside, the cell is more negative inside compared to the outside. This potential difference can be measured as a voltage of _____
One of the most common second messenger is _____, which requires ATP.
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