Tricarboxcylic Acid Cycle

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Tricarboxcylic Acid Cycle
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TCA Citric Acid Cycle Krebbs Cycle Biochemistry
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  1. 1.What two molecules are shown on the page?
    2.What enzyme catalysizes the change?
    3.What cofactors are necessary?
    4.What inhibits this change?
    5.What helps this change?
    • 1.citrate/isocitrate
    • 2.aconitase
    • 3.water
    • 4.floroacetate
    • 5.

  2. 1.What two molecules are shown on the page?
    2.What enzyme catalysizes the change?
    3.What cofactors are necessary?
    4.What inhibits this change?
    5.What helps this change?
    • 1.isocitrate/alpha-Keto glutarate
    • 2.isocitrate dehydrogenase
    • 3.NAD+
    • 4.ATP, NADH
    • 5.ADP

  3. 1.What two molecules are shown on the page?
    2.What enzyme catalysizes the change?
    3.What cofactors are necessary?
    4.What inhibits this change?
    5.What helps this change?
    • 1.alpha keto glutarate/succinyl-CoA
    • 2.alpha keto glutarate dehydrogenase
    • 3.NAD+, CoA
    • 4.NADH, Succinyl-CoA
    • 5.AMP

  4. 1.What two molecules are shown on the page?
    2.What enzyme catalysizes the change?
    3.What cofactors are necessary?
    4.What inhibits this change?
    5.What helps this change?
    • 1.succinyl-CoA/Succinate
    • 2.succinyl-CoA synthase
    • 3.GDP
    • 4.
    • 5.

  5. 1.What two molecules are shown on the page?
    2.What enzyme catalysizes the change?
    3.What cofactors are necessary?
    4.What inhibits this change?
    5.What helps this change?
    • 1.succinate/fumurate
    • 2.succinate dehydrogenase
    • 3.FAD
    • 4.
    • 5.

  6. 1.What two molecules are shown on the page?
    2.What enzyme catalysizes the change?
    3.What cofactors are necessary?
    4.What inhibits this change?
    5.What helps this change?
    • 1.succinyl/fumurate
    • 2.Succinate Dehydrogenase
    • 3.FAD
    • 4.
    • 5.

  7. 1.What two molecules are shown on the page?
    2.What enzyme catalysizes the change?
    3.What cofactors are necessary?
    4.What inhibits this change?
    5.What helps this change?
    • 1.fumarate/malate
    • 2.fumurase
    • 3.water
    • 4.
    • 5.

  8. 1.What two molecules are shown on the page?
    2.What enzyme catalysizes the change?
    3.What cofactors are necessary?
    4.What inhibits this change?
    5.What helps this change?
    • 1.malate/oxaloacetate
    • 2.malate dehydrogenase
    • 3.NAD+
    • 4.
    • 5.

  9. 1.What two molecules are shown on the page?
    2.What enzyme catalysizes the change?
    3.What cofactors are necessary?
    4.What inhibits this change?
    5.What helps this change?
    • 1.pyruvate/acetyl-CoA
    • 2.pyruvate dehydrogenase
    • 3.NAD+,CoA-S-H, dihydrolipoyl transacetylase, TPP
    • 4.NADH, Acetyl-CoA, ATP
    • 5.NAD+, CoA

  10. 1.What two molecules are shown on the page?
    2.What enzyme catalysizes the change?
    3.What cofactors are necessary?
    4.What inhibits this change?
    5.What helps this change?
    • 1.pyruvate/citrate
    • 2.Citrate Synthase
    • 3.acetyl-CoA, water
    • 4.ATP, NADH, Succinyl-CoA
    • 5.

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