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Anatomy & Physiology Bio 2401 Lecture

“Thought for the Day”

"Failure is an event, never a person."

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Anatomy & Physiology Bio Lecture

Section 3 Lecture 2 Muscle Physiology

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Review:

Last week:  Consumption of ATP:  Muscular contraction (Interaction of Actin &

Myosin) Active Transport processes

ATP is critical for many cellular processes ATP is the “energy currency” (NOT

storage)

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Review:

Last week:  Supply of ATP  4-6 second supply in muscle cells 10 seconds more – Convertion from Creatine

Phosphate How is the supply replenished?

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Today:

We know why we need ATP, but:  Where does ATP come from?  What are the “fuel” sources?  What are the alternate energy

pathways?  How efficient is the body with energy?

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WiiFM?

 Understanding the metabolic pathways is important for:  Nutrition (Personal & Professional)  Exercise Physiology  Bariatric Medicine  Disease and Pathology  Effects of poisons on the cycle  Metabolic diseases

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Glucose Catabolism

 Glucose is catabolized in three pathways  Glycolysis  Krebs cycle  The electron transport chain and oxidative

phosphorylation

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Summary of ATP Production

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 See also Appendix D. for more detail.

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Lipogenesis & Lipolysis: (We are a “flex fuel” vehicle!)

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Interconversion of Nutrients (Can sugar or protein turn to fat?)

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Alternate Source of ATP:

 Anaerobic metabolism  Pyruvic Acid to Lactic Acid  Yields only 2 ATP (vs.18 for oxidative pathway)  Used mainly by skeletal muscle  Provides short term, peak power  Returned to pyruvic acid/Glucose by liver

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Efficiency of Metabolic Pathways:

 Glycolysis – (Glucose to 2 Pyruvic Acid) Yields 2 ATP  Aerobic (2 Pyruvic Acid to CO2 ) Yields 18 x 2 = 36 ATP  Anaerobic (Pyruvic Acid to Lactic Acid) Yields only 2 ATP per molecule What are the implications in athletic training

and performance?

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Where do these reactions occur?  Protein/Carbohydrate/

Fats – GI Tract  Glycogen/Glucose in

liver & muscle tissue  Krebs/Electron

transport in mitochondria.

 Where is the source of ATP?

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Summary of reactions

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Overall energy efficiency (Miles per Pepsi)

 About 60% of the energy value of Glucose is “lost” as heat, rather than converted to ATP.

 Still, 30 grams of carbohydrate (Glucose) = 120 calories, enough energy to walk or run one mile. (A typical 12 oz.soft drink has about 35 grams of carbohydrate).

 We are very fuel efficient!

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Key Points:

 ATP is the energy currency used in many reactions.

 Glucose is the molecule ultimately used by the body as the primary source of energy

 Pathways exist for interchange between amino acids, lipids, and glucose.

 Aerobic oxidation in the mitochondria is the primary ATP source.

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ATP Structure

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NAD Structure

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FAD Structure

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Kreb’s Cycle

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