I have a project to construct a poster with the pathways that we have discussed in class which include glycolysis to beta-oxidation of fatty acids that are depicted inside a cell.  I need to include reactions that are regulated, ones that produce or consume energy, and those at branch points between pathways. I also need a list of regulated enzymes and what regulates them. I also need to include intracellular membranes and locate reactions in the appropriate subcellular location. I can only include each metabolite once per subcellular location and include transporters.Any information that can be given to me on the different pathways and reactions would be helpful. I am at a loss and could use some help figuriong out what to put on my project. Thank you

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I have a project to construct a poster with the pathways that we have discussed in class which include glycolysis to beta-oxidation of fatty acids that are depicted inside a cell.  I need to include reactions that are regulated, ones that produce or consume energy, and those at branch points between pathways. I also need a list of regulated enzymes and what regulates them. I also need to include intracellular membranes and locate reactions in the appropriate subcellular location. I can only include each metabolite once per subcellular location and include transporters.

Any information that can be given to me on the different pathways and reactions would be helpful. I am at a loss and could use some help figuriong out what to put on my project. Thank you

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The general outline of the pathways is as follows:

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Glucose GLYCOLYSIS Glycoust (from fats) Pyruwale + Amino acide PYRUVATE OXIDATION Fatty acids (From fats) A mino acids Acciyl CoA < TCA - Amino acids CYCLE Oridative Phophorylation -> [ATP

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Glycolysis is a series of reactions that extract energy from glucose by splitting it into two three-carbon molecules called pyruvates. It takes place in the cytosol of a cell, and it can be broken down into two main phases: the energy-requiring phase and the energy-releasing phase. Overall, glycolysis converts one six-carbon molecule of glucose into two three-carbon molecules of pyruvate. The net products of this process are two molecules of ATP (4 ATP produced - 2 ATP used up) and two molecules of .

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a. Energy requiring phase of Glycolysis: In this phase, the starting molecule of glucose gets rearranged. The phosphate groups make the modified sugar, now called fructose-1,6-bisphosphate, unstable and a...

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Glueose Harus kimase ATP ADP E Glucose - 6- Phosphale Phorsphoghacse Fructore - 6- Phouphale Phomphefnuctokinase Fruetole - 1,6- bisphouphale iAormerase ATP ADP /Fructose biphosphale aldslase Disydreaynactone Guyanaldehyde phouphate quparaldehyde -3- phosphale Triote pkospkale uDmerade

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