pyruvate lactate biotin jun2010 Schroeder Diamonds! Are these great or what? THis makes it so easy and by waiting to color them in until you make sure it has all four bonds (for the carbon) it checks your work! we've caught a few mistakes! so I'm being humble! I'm NOT preparing these on purpose to show how I do it for the first time and correct myself! I mean it! A 5th grader can now learn college chemistry (they don't even draw these in college! I have a reasearch degree in Chmeistry and a minor in biology and the biologist don't draw any chemical structures so you'd be ahead of the game if you learn these! See more at for free poster downloads etc. GOD BLESS Cosmic Ray...
Le Fermentation In this video we describe a few products of glycolysis and fermentation. During glycolysis, electrons are removed from a six-carbon molecule of glucose, which produces two three-carbon molecules of pyruvate. As a result of this process, high-energy molecules called NADH and ATP are formed, which provides the organism in which glycolysis takes place with a small amount of energy. The process of glycolysis is anaerobic, which means that it does not require oxygen in order to take place. Since glycolysis does not rely on the presence of oxygen, it seems reasonable to assume that the earliest life forms, which developed under anaerobic conditions, used glycolysis as a means to obtain energy. When glycolysis occurs in the yeast cell, the pyruvate which is produced undergoes fermentation. During fermentation, enzymes break down pyruvate, which reduces it to ethanol and carbon dioxide. Upon completion of fermentation, NAD is recycled in order to produce more ATP, which allows for further glycolysis reactions.
Pyruvate Dehydrogenase Complex - UM Pyruvate Dehydrogenase Complex...c/o The University of Montana Biochemisty students fall 2009.
Glycolysis II This course is part of a series taught by Kevin Ahern at Oregon State University on General Biochemistry. For more information about online courses go to ecampus.oregonstate.edu 1. Regulation of glycolysis occurs through 3 enzymes - hexokinase, PFK, and pyruvate kinase. Hexokinase is regulated by substrate-level regulation. PFK is regulated allosterically by ATP (turns off), AMP (turns on), citrate (turns off), and F2,6BP (strongly turns on). Note that ATP and citrate will be present when cells have a lot of energy, so it is logical that they turn off the enzyme. By contrast, AMP is present when cells have little energy and it is logical that it turn on the enzyme under these conditions. F2,6BP can counteract the negative effects of ATP on the enzyme to some extent. 2. Note also that PFK is very unusual in being negatively regulated by a molecule (ATP) that is also a substrate. This is possible because the enzyme has an allosteric binding site for ATP in addition to the substrate binding site and the Km for the allosteric site is higher than the substrate binding site. 3. Pyruvate kinase is regulated both allosterically andby covalent modification (phosphorylation/dephosphorylation). Phosphorylation of the enzyme by a protein kinase turns the enzyme activity down, whereas F1,6BP acts as an allosteric activator. This activation is known as feedforward activation. 4. Feed forward activation is rare in metabolism. It is a term used to describe a metabolic product (such as F1 ...
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Pyruvate 1000 and Help Help Help Watch Skit (Infomercial Parody) This skit is one of our best infomercial skits. We were showing the potential of a weight loss formula pill called Pyruvate. We also did a skit called the Help Help Help Watch. Used by people who need emergency help with the press of a button. PLEASE SUBSCRIBE
Apex Pyruvate or Fat Burner 2 Dr Ed Slover teaching how and Why Pyruvate allows the body to burn extra calories without stimulants!
caffeine Pyruvate Lactate jun2010 I've done these molecules before but now with the Schroeder Diamonds it's a lot easier and teaches more! Carbon is the atom that organic chemistry is all based on and this diamond technique makes it so a 5th grader can do it! Nitrogen is where it gets complicated but we got that covered now with the Nitrogen ALien! Caffeine looks like a nucleic acid's double ring (so shorter name PURINE). now we can compare using art! We use a turtle adn see how it is nearly a nucleis acid?
Professor Fink explains CELLULAR RESPIRATION (Part 4); Glycolysis & Fermentation Professor Fink explains CELLULAR RESPIRATION (Part 4); Glycolysis; Pyruvate sugar; Fermentation; Lactic Acid Visit for more resources in Biology, Anatomy & Physiology
Che' Nazzerith- Thiamin vitamin B (1) deficiency Part 1 Che' speaks on Thiamin deficiency in humans and how this deficiency affects ATP and the TCA cycle. Pyruvate.
Nutritional Supplements : How to Use Calcium Pyruvate Calcium pyruvate is a form of calcium that affects the mitochondrial health of the cells, which creates more energy and helps people to lose more weight. Understand the uses of calcium pyruvate with health information from a registered dietitian and licensed nutritionist in this free video on dietary supplements. Expert: Rachael Richardson Contact: Bio: Rachael Richardson is a registered dietitian and a licensed nutritionist in Florida. Filmmaker: Paul Muller
Gluconeogenesis This course is part of a series taught by Kevin Ahern at Oregon State University on General Biochemistry. For more information about online courses go to ecampus.oregonstate.edu 1. Glycerol is a breakdown product of fat metabolism. Glycerol can be metabolized in glycolysis by conversion to glycerol-3-phosphate and then to DHAP, a glycolytic intermediate. 2. Gluconeogenesis accomplishes the reverse of glycolysis - synthesis of glucose from pyruvate using four different enzymes to replace three energetically unfavorable reactions in glycolysis. 3. Gluconeogenesis does not occur in all tissues of the body. The primary gluconeogenic organs of the body are the liver and part of the kidney. 4. The enzymes unique to gluconeogenesis Pyruvate Carboxylase and PEP carboxykinase (PEPCK) instead of Pyruvate Kinase of glycolysis, Fructose 1,6 Bisphosphatase (F1,6BPase) instead of Phosphofructokinase (PFK) from glycolysis, and Glucose-6-phosphatase (G6Pase) instead of Hexokinase from glycolysis. 5. F1,6BPase and G6Pase act by similar mechanisms, clipping a phosphate from their substrates and thus avoiding synthesis of ATP, which is what would be required if the glycolysis reactions were simply reversed. 6. One reaction of gluconeogenesis occurs in the mitochondrion. It is catalyzed by pyruvate carboxylase and yields the four carbon intermediate, oxaloacetate. The carboxyl group is added in forming oxaloacetate thanks to the coenzyme biotin, which carries carbon dioxide for attachment ...
cellular respiration (Hey There Delilah) Cellular Respiration Process to the "Hey there Delilah" Song In all your cells you use cell'ar respiration It allows you to use sugars to do daily operations. I'll show you, That although this thing is new, you'll make it through Out in the cytoplasm's where your cells will start it In Glycolysis some glucose will be broken to pyruvate. Just repeat C6H12O6 Until it sticks Chorus: Sugar goes to ATP Fuel for birds and you and me (x2) Now this pyruvate moves down through the double membrane In the mitochondrial matrix the chain is broken even further in Kreb's cycle It gives electrons to NAD and FAD Each turn in the cycle yields one ATP However since the chain is broken it must make the turn twice for each glucose This will give us 2 ATP, or 4 so far Chorus (x2)
"Cell Respiration" - Cellular Respiration Song A song about Cellular Respiration, based on Black Eyed Pea's "I Gotta Feeling." Lyrics written by, song performed by, and Powerpoint slide show done by a simple high school science teacher named Mr. Hsu. mp3 available (finally): c3 This song and video have been made solely for educational purposes. Its level of depth and detail into the process of cellular respiration are aimed at High School Honors Biology students (at least the ones I teach). If you find any errors or omissions (ie I didn't mention 1,3-biphosphoglycerate), this is due to the fact that I'm not teaching AP Biology or college-level Biology AND I'm being constrained by describing such a complex biochemical process through a fairly recent pop song with incredibly repetitive lyrics. I actually performed this song for my students in class the day before our cellular respiration test. If you're lucky, you might find a video of such a live performance somewhere in the vast internet (quite a few of them were recording me singing it in class, after all). This video is a result of me taking a simple digital camera and aiming it at my computer to try and record the performance my students experienced (so sorry for the crude recording and poor quality). I have recorded an mp3, and if I have time, I will find a place to upload it for public download, so that other Biology students can listen and study for their tests on cellular respiration. Also, if I have time, I may upload a better version of this ...
Biochem Makes You Stronger Original Describes glycolysis, the fates of pyruvate, and metabolism of other sugars in three catchy songs. To the tune of "Stronger" by Kanye West, "American Boy" by Estelle, and "Tick Tock" by Ke$ha. Featuring autotune. Song/video made starting at 11pm and finished for class at 8:20 am the next day.
Fermentation Products: Lactic Acid, Chocolate, and Wine Glycolsis occurs when a molecule of glucose is oxidized into pyruvate. It occurs in most organisms and is the most ancient metabolic pathway. After pyruvate is produced, two processes occur depending on whether or not there is a presence of oxygen. In anaerobic conditions, or without the presence of oxygen, fermentation takes place. During this process, pyruvate, which is a toxin, is reduced to ethanol and lactate. As a by-product, small amounts of ATP are produced along with carbon dioxide. When we exercise, our skeletal muscles ferment glucose into lactic acid. It serves as a fuel source for cardiac muscle as well as brain neurons. In this video we will discuss in detail the manufacturing of wine and chocolate. Fermentation is very important when it comes to manufacturing foods. Because of ethanol, goods like chocolate, wine, bread, cheese and tofu are able to be produced. In this video we will discuss in detail the manufacturing of wine and chocolate. The production of wine is made through fermentation of crushed grapes using an assortment of yeasts which consume the sugars found inside of the grapes and converts them into alcohol. The chocolate we love and eat would not be so tasty without the process of fermentation. Because of the intense bitter taste of the cacao(ca-cow) seed, they must be fermented to develop the flavor. Fermentation is what gives the beans their familiar chocolate taste.
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Cellular Respiration -- Step Two: The Link Reaction The Link Reaction The pyruvate from glycolysis is the key to this reaction. The primary objective of the Link Reaction is to create Acetyl CoA so that it may be used in the Krebs Cycle. The link reaction marks the beginning of the aerobic reactions. Song: BT - Rose of Jericho El Dorado High School
Bread Fermentation Fermentation is an anaerobic metabolic pathway that occurs after the process of glycolysis, breaking down a glucose molecule making a pyruvate. During fermentation process, a pyruvate will further be broken down into either ethanol or lactic acid (which are both toxins). In the case of yeast fermentation, a pyruvate is broken down into ethanol. The smell of baking bread is in part due to the smell of ethanol. Fermentation can produce important nutrients or eliminate antinutrients. Depending on the type of fermentation, some products can be harmful to people's health. Food fermentation has been said to serve five main purposes: 1) Enrichment of the diet through development of a diversity of flavors, aromas, and textures in food substrates. 2) Preservation of substantial amounts of food through lactic acid, alcohol, acetic acid and alkaline fermentations. 3) Biological enrichment of food substrates with protein, essential amino acids, essential fatty acids, and vitamins. 4) Detoxification during food-fermentation processing. 5) A decrease in cooking times and fuel requirements.
I Dream of Aerobic Respiration Our final lab video was a presentation of aerobic respiration, Lab number 9. Aerobic respiration is a process that produces large amounts of ATP in the mitochondrion in the presence of oxygen. The process starts off with pyruvate entering the inner matrix, which is called krebs cyle. During the cycle, pyruvate circles around in the inner matrix and releases ATP and CO2. The pyruvate is changed by a series of reactions to highly reduced electrons called NADH and FADH2. The NADH and FADH2 donate their electrons to the nearby cytochrome. The cytochromes form a chain-like structure on the inner membrane and pass these newly gained electrons down the chain. Making the cytochrome excited and thus pumping protons from the inner matrix into the intermembrane space, through active transport. Chemiosmotic gradient is formed next, this begins when the intermembrane is pH 5 and the inner matrix is pH 7. The ATP synthase becomes activated and forms a channel which allows the built up the protons to pass through the channel, through passive transport, moving back into the inter matrix. When the protons exit the ATP synthase they move with a great deal of energy which phosphorylates ADP and P into ATP.
suffocation The aim of our video is to show the role of Oxygen in our atmosphere. Oxygen allows the creation of ATP through aerobic respiration. There are three steps in the process (Krebs Cycle, Electron Transport Chain, Formation of Chemiosmotic gradient). First, Pyruvate enters the Krebs cycle, is processed, broken down, and turned into NADH and FADH2 which are highly oxidized molecules. These molecules give off electrons which are passed down the electron transport chain onto the ultimate reciever, OXYGEN. When there is no oxygen in the system, (like when a pillow is used to suffocate someone), the electrons can't be passed on. Eventually the system backs up, the Krebs cycle stops, and Pyruvate (which is toxic) builds up in the system. At this point, ATP stops being produced in the MItochondria, and you die of Pyruvate poisoning which terminates cellular functions.
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Online Biology Tutorial: The Pyruvate Dehydrogenase Complex and Kreb's Cycle This tutorial presents the pyruvate dehydrogenase complex and Kreb's cycle at a level appropriate for most undergraduate biology classes and the MCAT exam. Try copying drawings and diagrams into your notes. This tutorial is designed to help you with effective note taking and deep processing of material. You can also visit the Online Biology Tutor website for answers to quiz questions and helpful supplemental materials. Post your questions about the Kreb's cycle in the video comments!
Capacian Citrate Pyruvate Tiger ViTAMINS Capaicin in cayenne peppers has biological implications.So sombrero works! ....Citric Acid is the "C" Gull....there are three carboxylate so it's easy to see the green oxygens....Next the Pyruvate Tiger from glycolysis (glucose breakdown)... Next the Tryptophan Snowman with his nitrogen nose
Pyruvate Tiger LACTATE Biochem Cartoons may2010 This maybe overlapped with the other video but I have to keep it on my mind to embellish this idea of taking the glucose molecule that gets broken in half to TWO pyruvate molecules (eventually) and then the mitochondria can break down further so by following the tiger you can see which bonds are being broken and which es are going where....to finally be a CO2 molecule that you exhale...See I'm thinking....I have to have a CO2 cartoon (that will be the one being built upon for photosynthesis= putting them together to make the glucose....Enjoy send me any ideas?????
Fate of pyruvate After glycolysis
Citric Acid Cycle -Pyruvate -Beta Carbon-2-SchroederDiamonds-II-19JUL2010 Easy to draw Bio Molecules using the Schroeder Diamonds makes these cycles really easy to follow. the players are carbon diamonds water with green circles for big oxygens. THis is happening in the Mitochondria so ATP is another player in all this.Techniques of Carbon Diamonds, Nitrogen Aliens, Oxygen Circles and Hydrogen Dots has more...Thanks! Feedback and I'll post more info I have a difficult time editing and converting so it's a search I apologize! GOD BLESS Cosmic Ray THe Quantum Mechanic
Empire Citrate of Mind The TCA Cycle set to Jay-Z and Alicia Keys' Empire State of Mind. Done in January 2010 for Dr. Harper's Intermediary Metabolism class at University of Ottawa. Hey Rick Rubin: I'm unsigned! Lyrics: [Verse] Yeah, Hans Krebs out at Cambridge gettin' down in '37 found the Citric Acid Cycle, citrate goes 'round forever Pyruvate dehydrogenase reduces NAD (plus) By taking pyruvate, makes an acetyl-CoA Citrate Synthase ballin' condenses acetyl-CoA and oxaloacetate to regenerate citrate Aconitase rolls up, rearranges citrate to iso-citrate via f-'n cis-aconitate Flows through the next enzyme: isocitrate Dehydrogenase goes through oxalosuccinate Makes alpha-ketoglutarate and an NADH Kicks out a CO2, but now we gotta make succinyl-CoA with alpha-ketoglutarate dehydrogenase enzyme makes NADH a CO2 gets knocked out by another CoA Welcome to the halftime of the [Chorus] TCA Cycle! Amphibolic pathway inside you There's nothing you can do without TCA Cycle! It makes your energy brand new Helps cell to respire for you TCA Cycle, cycle, cycle! [Verse] Catch succinyl-CoA synthetase makin' GTP st if you ain't lost yet, here's my number tutor me Succinyl-CoA turns to CoA-less succinate unless it gettin' beef from inhibitor malonate Succinate Dehydrogenase makes FADH2 and double-bonded fumarate then hydrated to L-malate by enzyme fumarase, holla back then Malate Dehydrogenase takes the cycle to the last step Oxaloacetate with the last NADH Back to the start where it becomes citrate That's all ...
Glyceric Acid 2-PO4 to Pyruvate end 28jun2010 Schroeder Diamonds makes the reaction easy to follow and distinquish which groups are being changed in each step...these again are the intermediate steps to get the pyruvate (three carbon groups to the Co-A where it takes a beta carbon (TWO) carbons into the cycle IN the mitochondria....Books skip this part! there are four reactions that get his ready for the MITochondria (remember Phosphorylating a molecules is BIG BUSINESS the enzymes that are called KINASES are the onhes that Phosphorylate molecules....
Biology: Anaerobic Respiration: Ferment Pyruvate for full video
Starstrukk - Biology Parody Glycolysis, the first step Makes glucose turn to Two pyruvate, happens in the cytoplasm Then pyruvate's, groomed to Acetyl CoA That's the way it enters the citric acid cycle Cause it's just cellular, Just cellular, Just cellular, Respiration And it makes energy, Makes energy, Makes energy, In the form of ATP I think I should know, How, to turn glucose to pyruvate Without leavin' intermediates out Now, pyruvate goes through grooming Then acetyl CoA's the enzyme that's formed That's how, the next step in respiration works out Now, citric acid cycle, oxidative phosophorylation are done The third stage, called the Citric acid (cy-cle) Releases CO2 and makes (NADH) Oxidative phosphorylation, starts with electron (transport) Then concentration gradients cause (chemi-os-mo-sis) Cause it's just cellular, Just cellular, Just cellular, Respiration And it makes energy, Makes energy, Makes energy, In the form of ATP I think I should know, How, to turn glucose to pyruvate Without leavin' intermediates out Now, pyruvate goes through grooming Then acetyl CoA's the enzyme that's formed That's how, the next step in respiration works out Now, citric acid cycle, oxidative phosophorylation are done You know respiration don't always work like that Without oxygen it's anaerobic Lactic acid fermentation will Change pyruvate to lactate What alcoholic fermentation does It recycles NADH to NAD+ And releases carbon dioxide as a byproduct And changes pyruvate to ethanol
Hey There Pyruvate (Glycolysis) Hey there Pyruvate, Whats it like near the Kreb cycle? Im 10 steps away, but Py, I make energy too. Yes I do. Ill work to be just like you. I swear its true! Hey there Pyruvate, dont you worry about the distance. Theres always gluconeogenesis if we need assistance. Youll be my size. Dont look at it as your demise. Ill be by your side! Oh it's just for ATP. Oh it's just for ATP. Oh it's just for ATP. Oh it's just for ATP; Just for ATP. Hey there Pyruvate, I know you think Im a disgrace, but just believe me, Py, someday Ill meet pyruvate kinase. We'll have it good. Ill use ADP as I should. Youll see its good. Hey there Pyruvate, please dont change your name. I really dont like Lactate, it burns your O away. But thats not all, please dont make ethanol. Thats the worst of all. Oh it's just for ATP. Oh it's just for ATP. Oh it's just for ATP. Oh it's just for ATP. Ten steps seem pretty far, but we have enzymes like stars. Hexokinase will lead the way. Glucosephosphate Isomerase, Phosphofructokinase, Aldolase, Triosephosphate isomerase Glyceraldehyde-3-phosphate dehydrogenase, Phosphoglycerate kinase, just three away. Hey there Pyruvate, you be good and dont you miss me. Three more steps and Ill be near you and well make energy here they are: Phosphoglyceromutase, Enolase, Pyruvate kinase Hey there Pyruvate Im like you! Just like you! Oh it's just for ATP Oh it's just for ATP Oh it's just for ATP Oh it's just for ATP Just for ATP Love, Glucose
Citric Acid Cycle I This course is part of a series taught by Kevin Ahern at Oregon State University on General Biochemistry. For more information about online courses go to ecampus.oregonstate.edu The following is a summary of my lecture. I provide it (and subsequent ones) for your information and not as a mechanism of dumping more information on you. Use them if they help you to recall the material. Otherwise, don't bother. 1. Both oxidative decarboxylation (in higher cells) and non-oxidative decarboxylation (in yeast) use an enzymatic activity called the pyryvate dehydrogenase complex to convert pyruvate from glycolysis into acetyl-Coa for the citric acid cycle. This enzyme complex is in the mitochondrion and requires that pyruvate from the cytoplasm be transported to the mitochondrion. This complex includes the following: Pyruvate decarboxylase (your book calls it "Pyruvate Dehydrogenase Component" (E1) Dihyrolipoamide transacetylase (E2) Dihyrolipoamide dehydrogenase (E3) It also uses the coenzymes, Thiamine Pyrophosphate (TPP), Lipoamide, NAD, FAD, and Coenzyme A (also called CoASH or CoA). 2. The mechanism of the reaction catalyzed by the complex is very similar to that catalyzed by the alpha-keto-glutarate dehydrogenase complex of the Citric Acid Cycle. Both involve oxidation of alpha-keto acids. 3. In aerobic higher organisms, the reaction mechanism involves binding of pyruvate by an ionized TPP, decarboxylation, transfer to the lipoamide molecules, linkage of the acetyl group to ...
Death by Aerobic Respiration Aerobic Respiration is the process of creating energy (ATP) in the Mitochondrion. This begins with the Krebs Cycle. Pyruvate is partially broken down by enzymes. The two products, NADH and FADH2, give up an electron that is then passed to the first Cytochrome along the electron transport chain. The electron is passed to every cytochrome and then Oxygen acts as the terminal electron receptor. During this process, Cytochromes get excited when receiving the electron and pump protons into the intermembrane space. This results in the Chemiosmotic Gradient. ATP Synthase opens up a tube allowing for the protons to rush out to the inner matrix, resulting in ADP turning into ATP. ATP is the energy used in physiological processes. If Oxygen is restricted from the body, it causes a back-up along the electron transport chain. However, Glycolysis is still occurring and creating Pyruvate. The lack of Oxygen and back-up of electrons prevents Pyruvate from being broken down and turns into a lethal substance when in high doses.
Cellular Respiration -- Step One: Glycolosis Glycolosis The primary objective of glycolysis is to produce pyruvate so that the proceeding process called the Link Reaction may occur. Glycolysis produces a small and very limited amount of ATP without oxygen; hence the name anaerobic reaction. Without oxygen, the Link Reaction cannot occur; if the link reaction cannot occur, the produced pyruvate is converted into other, more easily accessible substances. Humans convert pyruvate to Lactic Acid, while yeast converts the pyruvate to Ethanol. Song: BT - Rose of Jericho El Dorado High School
Pyruvate-Thirst A video about our energy drink we made for AP Bio. It's a parody of the Powerthirst video. There's a little surprise at the end. :D No copyright infringement intended.
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Glycolysis Do Re Mi A fun way to remember the steps in glycolysis (the breakdown of glucose into pyruvate). Let's start at the very beginning A very good place to start When you eat carbohydrates Salivary amylase will break it down, break it down Then pancreatic amylase breaks it down to maltose (and maltotriose and alpha-limit dextrins which, along with other di and trisaccharides, get broken down along by enzymes on the intestinal wall that end with ase into glucose, galactose and fructose) SGLT1 is key Transports glucose into me First, Glucose, Glucose 6-P Then it's Fructose 6-Phosphate Fructose 1,6-bis-Phosphate Glyceraldehyde-3-P 1,3-bis-Phosphoglycerate Then 3-Phoshophoglycerate Next 2-Phosphoglycerate Phosphenolpyruvate (PEP) Pyruvate Pyruvate dehydrogenase Turns pyruvate to Acetyl CoA When you know the steps to take Glucose turns to pyruvate! And now you know glycolysis Good luck! ***Note: the music is used under the fair use clause of the copyright law as it is for clearly for educational purposes and not for profit.
A Cinema Production of Cellular Respiration: Part 2 - Oxidation of Pyruvate and Krebs Cycle A wild west take on oxidation of pyruvate and the krebs cycle! Woo doggy!
Glycolysis GLYCERaldehyde 3-PO4 pyruvate 28jun2010 These are steps to get an alcohol to a double carbon bond to get to pyruvate and gets phospohylated along the way so the PO4 star is great to show these steps leading to pyruvate. Schroeder diamonds makes the three carbons easy to follow...
Fate of pyruvate Biochem