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by C. I. Pogson

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Author: C. I. Pogson
ISBN: 0412131501
ISBN13: 978-0412131509
Language: English
Publisher: Chapman & Hall (June 1976)
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Carbon dioxide utilisation and the regulation of respiratory metabolic pathways in parasitic helminths. Denton, R. M. and Pogson, C. I. (1976). Metabolic Regulation. London; Chapman and HallGoogle Scholar.

Carbon dioxide utilisation and the regulation of respiratory metabolic pathways in parasitic helminths. 13, 139–65Google Scholar. The regulation of respiratory metabolism in parasitic helminths’. 16, 311–31CrossRefGoogle Scholar. Fairbairn, D. (1970).

New Biological Books. R. Denton, C. Pogson. John R. Williamson, "Metabolic Regulation.

Metabolic regulation is the physiological mechanism by which the body takes in nutrients and delivers energy as required. Metabolic regulation works ultimately at a molecular level, mainly by modulation of enzyme activities that function together as a whole system to sense the balance of energy coming in and energy required. Considering the intricate metabolic regulatory network composed of a variety of hormones and their specific receptors, it should not be a surprise that proper functioning of β-arrestins is indispensable for the body’s metabolic function.

Explaining difficult concepts with unequalled clarity, author Keith Frayn provides the reader with an essential guide to the subject

Explaining difficult concepts with unequalled clarity, author Keith Frayn provides the reader with an essential guide to the subject. Covering topics such as energy balance, body weight regulation and how the body copes with extreme situations, this book illustrates how metabolic regulation allows the human body to adapt to many different conditions.

Metabolic regulation of regulatoryT cell development and. function. their hypo-responsiveness and enter the cell cycle continue to be. investigated. Metabolic regulation of t. and Federica Marelli-Berg their hypo-responsiveness and enter the cell cycle continue to be. reg. AND Th17. Interleukin-17 (Th17) producing and induced regulatory T cells.

Metabolic control analysis (MCA) is a mathematical framework for describing metabolic, signaling, and genetic pathways. MCA quantifies how variables, such as fluxes and species concentrations, depend on network parameters

Metabolic control analysis (MCA) is a mathematical framework for describing metabolic, signaling, and genetic pathways. MCA quantifies how variables, such as fluxes and species concentrations, depend on network parameters. In particular it is able to describe how network dependent properties, called control coefficients, depend on local properties called elasticities.

Introduction Studies of the regulation of metabolic pathways encompass a wide variety of experiments aimed at answering a range of questions

Introduction Studies of the regulation of metabolic pathways encompass a wide variety of experiments aimed at answering a range of questions. The initial studies of a pathway, at the level of the organelle, cell, tissues or organism, should identify the factors (such as availability and type of food or substrate, availability of oxygen, hormonal stimuli) that affect the rate of the pathway. These mechanisms could affect either the activities of pre-existing enzymes (by allosteric effects or covalent modification) or the amount of enzyme protein (by altering rates of enzyme synthesis or degradation). c) Analysis of the roles played by the control mechanisms in vivo.

This book discusses the significance of the control of metabolism in regard to the remarkable mechanisms involved and to the provision of an effective conceptual framework for appreciating the workings of the cell. Contents of Other Volumes. Chapter I Adenine Nucleotides as Stoichiometric Coupling Agents in Metabolism and as Regulatory Modifiers: The Adenylate Energy Charge. II. Coupling Stoichiometries in Metabolism. III. Regulation of Metabolism.

As well as balance, metabolic regulation achieves economy. Particular numbers of cells and molecules are needed by an organism at any time. Production of more would be uneconomic, and is prevented by metabolic regulation. 6 An example (at the molecular level): A fairly constant is needed in a cell. A finer form of regulation involves not synthesising or degrading the enzymes of a metabolic pathway faster or slower, but simply taking the enzyme molecules already present in the cell and making them work better (or worse) as catalysts.

Read unlimited books and audiobooks on the web, iPad, iPhone and Android. This book discusses the significance of the control of metabolism in regard to the remarkable mechanisms involved and to the provision of an effective conceptual framework for appreciating the workings of the cell. This text then examines the ability of living organisms to regulate the storage and mobilization of metabolizable energy.

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