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Spencer L. Seager + 2 others
Publisher: Cengage Learning
ISBN: 9781305960060

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Chapter 24, Problem 24.64E
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List two general sources of intermediates for the biosynthesis of amino acids?

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Chapter 24 Solutions

Chemistry for Today: General, Organic, and Biochemistry
Ch. 24 - At what point does glycerol enter the glycolysis...Ch. 24 - Describe the two fates of glycerol after it has...Ch. 24 - Where in the cell does fatty acid catabolism take...Ch. 24 - How is the fatty acid prepared for catabolism?...Ch. 24 - Why is the oxidation of fatty acids referred to as...Ch. 24 - What hydrogen-transporting coenzymes play...Ch. 24 - Label the - and -positions in the following acids:...Ch. 24 - Write an equation for the activation of palmitic...Ch. 24 - Write formulas for the products that result when...Ch. 24 - Why is the oxidation of fatty acids referred to as...Ch. 24 - How many molecules of acetyl CoA are produced in...Ch. 24 - Complete the following equations for one turn of...Ch. 24 - Outline the four reactions that occur in the fatty...Ch. 24 - Determine the ATP yield per molecule of acetyl CoA...Ch. 24 - What is the energy cost in ATP molecules to...Ch. 24 - Calculate the number of ATP molecules that can be...Ch. 24 - Compare the energy available in ATP molecules from...Ch. 24 - List the three substances known as ketone bodies.Ch. 24 - Explain how excessive ketone bodies may form in...Ch. 24 - Where are ketone bodies formed? What tissues...Ch. 24 - Differentiate between a ketonemia, b ketonuria, c...Ch. 24 - Why is ketosis frequently accompanied by acidosis?Ch. 24 - Where within a liver cell does fatty acid...Ch. 24 - What substance supplies the carbons for fatty acid...Ch. 24 - What substances furnish the energy for fatty acid...Ch. 24 - Why can the liver convert glucose to fatty acids...Ch. 24 - List three vital functions served by amino acids...Ch. 24 - What name is given to the cellular supply of amino...Ch. 24 - What are the sources of amino acids in the pool?Ch. 24 - What term is used to denote the breakdown and...Ch. 24 - What percentage of amino acids is used to...Ch. 24 - Name four important biomolecules other than...Ch. 24 - Compare the half-life of plasma proteins with the...Ch. 24 - Match the terms transamination and deamination to...Ch. 24 - Complete the following transamination reaction and...Ch. 24 - Write an equation to illustrate transamination...Ch. 24 - Complete the following oxidative deamination...Ch. 24 - Write an equation to illustrate the oxidative...Ch. 24 - By writing two reactions, the first a...Ch. 24 - In what organ of the body is urea synthesized?Ch. 24 - What are the sources of the carbon atom and two...Ch. 24 - Name the compound that enters the urea cycle by...Ch. 24 - How much energy in number of ATP molecules is...Ch. 24 - Write a summary equation of the formation of urea.Ch. 24 - Differentiate between glucogenic and ketogenic...Ch. 24 - Is any amino acid both glucogenic and ketogenic?Ch. 24 - Identify the five locations at which the carbon...Ch. 24 - Based on the following conversions, classify each...Ch. 24 - What special role is played by glucogenic amino...Ch. 24 - Differentiate between essential and nonessential...Ch. 24 - What essential amino acid makes tyrosine...Ch. 24 - List two vital functions performed by...Ch. 24 - What amino acids are synthesized from glutamate?Ch. 24 - List two general sources of intermediates for the...Ch. 24 - Trace glycerol metabolism after it enters the...Ch. 24 - A change in the concentration of enzymes that...Ch. 24 - A ketone body has a molecular weight of 58.1g/mol...Ch. 24 - A 7.48-mg sample of a blood lipid was found to...Ch. 24 - The following reaction proceeded in an aqueous...Ch. 24 - Cellular reactions for the biosynthesis and...Ch. 24 - Why do you think the half-lives of enzymes are...Ch. 24 - Why do you think the half-life of collagen is...Ch. 24 - How might HDL levels suggest a partial explanation...Ch. 24 - A student calculates the net yield of ATP...Ch. 24 - If researchers discovered a method of reducing...Ch. 24 - Could there be a connection between high sugar...Ch. 24 - Which of the following processes must occur before...Ch. 24 - When in excess, which element is eliminated from...Ch. 24 - What substances are produced by the digestion of...Ch. 24 - What is the name for amino acids that cannot be...Ch. 24 - The clinic nurse is evaluating a man wearing a...

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