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Refer To Figure 14-18 And 14-19 In Lihninger A) The Names Of The: I)Enzyme,II)Covalently Bound Cofactor, III)Substrate That Comes From Glycolysis(noFormulas Only Single Worded Answer), IV)Product That Continues Through ThePathway (no Formulas Only Single Words) And V)Pathway: B) Which Of TheFollowing Are True About Pyruvate Carboxylase? 1. ATP Donates …

"Refer To Figure 14-18 And 14-19 In Lihninger A) The Names Of The: I)Enzyme,  II)Covalently Bound Cofactor, III)Substrate That Comes From Glycolysis(no  Formulas Only Single Worded Answer), IV)Product That Continues Through The  Pathway (no Formulas Only Single Words) And V)Pathway: B) Which Of The  Following Are True About Pyruvate Carboxylase? 1. ATP Donates ..."

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Question: Refer to Figure 14-18 and 14-19 in Lihninger A) The names of th… Refer to Figure 14-18 and 14-19 in Lihninger A) The names of the: I)Enzyme, II)Covalently bound cofactor, III)Substrate that comes from glycolysis(no formulas only single worded answer), IV)Product that continues through the pathway (no formulas only single words) and V)Pathway: Co, from t he site 2 2-3 masla ATP ADP RUR 14-19 Role of Moti in the pr e carboxylase reaction. The The reaction contrases ch e the A contented to Bicarbonate Pyruvate O + CH HOC FIGURE 14-16 Synth mitochondria pyruve reactions catalye to converted to phos ported in the ye boxylation leads to carbonio – ATP care – ADP – P Oxaloacetate Ca) Osaloacetate Oxaloc The standa quite high ing a very – CH ,các and the malate of metal direction 0 0 nosite-0–o-o-o o o -oo GTP transpo Fig. 19 acetate GDP CO Theo phoes M 0-Pol CH, C-coo Phosphon ate The the B) Which of the following are true about pyruvate carboxylase? 1. ATP donates a phosphate group to the enzyme that is released later in the catalytic cycle. 2. Two biotin-bound CO2 are reacted with pyruvate and two CO2 are realsed. 3. A single biotin-lys “arms” bidns CO2 moves to stie 2, and realeases CO2 to eact with pyryvate. 4. The active site lysine has 2 biotin attached. 5. A single Biotin-Lys “arm” moves from catalytic site 1 and site 2.

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