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Is ATP Hydrolysis in Anabolism Exergonic Or Endergonic?

When a reaction is exergonic, an input of energy is required in order to produce the result. In contrast, catabolism […]

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Is Glycolysis Anabolic?

Glycolysis is an important energy source for cells. It breaks down large molecules into smaller ones and produces polysaccharides. It […]

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What is the Citric Acid Cycle?

The citric acid cycle, also known as the Krebs cycle or TCA cycle, is the biological process through which the […]

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What is a Catabolic Pathway?

Anabolic pathways require energy input from sources outside the cell. For example, they produce sugar from CO2, large proteins from […]

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Relative Energy Deficiency in Sport Explained

Relative energy deficiency in sports (RED-S) is a complex problem that can negatively impact many areas of the human body. […]

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The Female Athlete Triad

Until recently, there has been a general lack of focus on the female athlete triad, but a new book takes […]

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An Overview of Adenosine Triphosphate

Adenosine triphosphate is a chemical compound found in living cells. It provides energy for many processes, including muscle contraction, nerve […]

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Ornithine Cycle Explained

The ornithine cycle is a fascinating process that involves the conversion of arginine to ornithine. The process involves the reactions […]

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CF and the Gluconeogenesis Process

This article will discuss the gluconeogenesis process and how multipolypeptide complex known as counting factor (CF) affects this process. You’ll […]

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Malate-Aspartate Shuttle

The malate-aspartate (MA) shuttle is a biochemical system that transports the electrons produced during glycolysis across the mitochondrion’s semipermeable inner […]