Exercise Physiology BIOENERGETICS

Question Answer
THE STUDY OF HOW ENERGY IS TRANSFORMED THROUGH BIOCHEMICAL REACTIONS BIOENERGETICS
THE CHEMICAL REACTIONS THAT OCCUR IN OUR BODIES THAT BREAK DOWN THE FOODS WE EAT METABOLISM
THE FOODS WE EAT ARE BROKEN DOWN INTO SMALL BY PRODUCTS KNOWN AS SUBSTRATES
3 TYPES OF SUBSTRATES CARBOHYDRATES, LIPIDS, PROTEINS
CARBOHYDRATES ARE BROKEN DOWN INTO: GLUCOSE
GLUCOSE IS STORED AS: GLYCOGEN
GLYCOGEN IS STORED IN OUR: LIVER
FATS ARE BROKEN DOWN INTO: TRIGLYCERIDES
AN IMPORTANT SOURCE OF ENERGY DURING STARVATION IS: PROTEIN
THE FORMATION OF GLUCOSE FROM AMINO ACIDS IS: GLUCONEOGENESIS
ONE OF THE PRIMARY SOURCES OF ENERGY FOR CELLULAR METABOLISM IS: ATP
CREATES ATP WITH THE USE OF OXYGEN PHOSPHOCREATINE
CREATES ATP WITHOUT THE USE OXYGEN PHOSPHAGEN SYSTEM
GLUCOSE IS BROKEN DOWN INTO PYRUVIC ACID AEROBIC GLYCOLYSIS
GLUCOSE IS BROKEN DOWN INTO LACTIC ACID ANAEROBIC GLYCOLYSIS
PRODUCES ATP, CARBON DIOXIDE AND HYDROGEN KREBS CYCLE
FIRST STEP IN OXIDATION OF FAT: BETA OXIDATION