Questions about Energetic Balance in Carbohydrate Metabolism


Extended Match Question about Energetic Balance in Carbohydrate Metabolism

 

          

 

ATP

ATP

 

 

Choose the right answer for each of the questions:

 

a) 0 moles of ATP

 

b) 02 moles of ATP

 

c) 06 moles of ATP

 

d) 08 moles of ATP

 

e) 15 moles of ATP

 

f) 18 moles of ATP

 

g) 24 moles of ATP

 

h) 30 moles of ATP

 

i) 32 moles of ATP

 

j) 34 moles of ATP

 

k) 36 moles of ATP

 

l) 38 moles of ATP

 

(For each of following questions, assume that each mol of NADH.H+ oxidized in the respiratory chain yields 3 moles of ATP and each “mol” of FADH2 oxidized in the respiratory chain yields 2 moles of ATP)

 

 

(CM-07 ) Which is the energetic balance (expressed in moles of ATP) of the total oxidation of 1 mol of Glucose up to CO2 and water, assuming that the Glycolytic Pathway and the Glycerol Phosphate Shuttle have been used.

 

Answer

 

(CM-08 ) Which is the energetic balance of the oxidation of 1 mol of pyruvate up to CO2 and water?

 

Answer

 

(CM-09 ) Which is the energetic balance of  anaerobic glycolysis of 1 mol of glucose in muscle?

 

Answer:

 

(CM-10 ) Which is the energetic balance of anaerobic glycolysis in erythrocytes assuming that all the 1,3 diphosphoglycerate would be used for the formation of  2,3 bisphosphoglycerate  for regulating Hemoglobin affinity for Oxygen.

 

Answer:

 

(CM-11) Which is the energetic balance of the total oxidation of a mol of lactate assuming that the malate-aspartate shuttle is used?

 

Answer:

 

 

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