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All organisms need energy and nutrients –Energy to facilitate catabolic and endergonic reactions Nutrients for chemical elements required to synthesize.

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1 All organisms need energy and nutrients –Energy to facilitate catabolic and endergonic reactions Nutrients for chemical elements required to synthesize new macromolecules Vitamins and minerals required as cofactors for many enzymes

2 Figure 6.1 The Concept of Coupling Reactions Organisms require energy to facilitate endergonic reactions

3 Figure 6.3 Oxidation, Reduction, and Energy

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5 Figure 6.4 NAD + /NADH Is an Electron Carrier in Redox Reactions (Part 1)

6 In-Text Art, Ch. 6, p. 107

7 Figure 6.5 Chemiosmosis

8 Figure 6.5 Chemiosmosis (Part 1)

9 Figure 6.5 Chemiosmosis (Part 2)

10 Figure 40.8 Q 10 and Reaction Rate

11 Figure 40.9 Ectotherms and Endotherms React Differently to Environmental Temperatures

12 Figure 40.15 The Mouse-to-Elephant Curve

13 Figure 40.16 Environmental Temperature and Mammalian Metabolic Rates

14 Figure 40.20 Repeated Bouts of Hibernation

15 Figure 51.2 Food Energy and How We Use It

16 Figure 51.3 The Course of Starvation

17 Figure 51.4 The Acetyl Group Is an Acquired Carbon Skeleton

18 Figure 51.7 Compartments for Digestion and Absorption

19 Figure 51.8 Intestinal Surface Area and Nutrient Absorption

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22 Figure 9.6 Changes in Free Energy During Glycolysis and the Citric Acid Cycle

23 Figure 6.9 Energy-Releasing Metabolic Pathways

24 Figure 6.10 Glycolysis Converts Glucose into Pyruvate

25 Figure 6.10 Glycolysis Converts Glucose into Pyruvate (Part 1)

26 Figure 6.10 Glycolysis Converts Glucose into Pyruvate (Part 2)

27 Figure 6.10 Glycolysis Converts Glucose into Pyruvate (Part 3)

28 Figure 9.7 Pyruvate Oxidation and the Citric Acid Cycle (Part 1)

29 Figure 6.11 The Citric Acid Cycle

30 Figure 9.9 The Respiratory Chain and ATP Synthase Produce ATP by a Chemiosmotic Mechanism (Part 2)

31 Figure 6.13 Fermentation

32 Figure 9.14 Relationships among the Major Metabolic Pathways of the Cell

33 Figure 9.15 Regulation by Negative and Positive Feedback

34 Figure 9.16 Allosteric Regulation of Glycolysis and the Citric Acid Cycle


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