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7. Metabolism

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In order to identify metabolic pathways in a scheme, it is recommended that the names of the initial and final compounds of the major pathways are known.

The electronic transporter schemes will be of a biological nature, at the membrane level, and without the need to identify their elements.

Unit 4.2. Metabolism: anabolism.

Transformation of light energy into chemical energy (ATP) and reducing power (NADPH) that can be used in other metabolic processes. Photolysis of water and its relationship with the origin of oxygen. ADP phosphorylation and NADP reaction.

In order to identify metabolic pathways in a scheme, it is recommended that the names of the initial and final compounds of the major pathways are known.

The electronic transporter schemes will be of a biological nature, at the membrane level, and without the need to identify their elements.

Crit.BI.2.7. Understand the processes of catabolism and anabolism establishing the relationship between both. FCTC-CCL

Est.BI.2.7.1. Define and interpret catabolic and anabolic processes, as well as the energy exchanges associated with them.

Crit.BI.2.8. Describe the phases of cellular respiration, identifying routes, as well as initial and final products. FCTC

Est.BI.2.8.1. It locates, at the cellular level and at the organelle level, the place where each of these processes take place, differentiating in each case the main degradation and synthesis routes and the most important enzymes and molecules responsible for these processes.

Crit.BI.2.9. Differentiate the aerobic route from the anaerobic one. FCTC-CSC

Est.BI.2.9.1. Contrast the aerobic and anaerobic pathways establishing their relationship with their different energy performance.

Est.BI.2.9.2. Appreciates the importance of fermentations in numerous industrial processes, recognizing their applications

Crit.BI.2.10. Detail the different processes that take place in each phase of photosynthesis. FCTC

Est.BI.2.10.1. Identify and classify the different types of photosynthetic organisms.

Est.BI.2.10.2. It locates at the subcellular level where each of the phases are carried out, highlighting the processes that take place.

Crit.BI.2.11. Justify the biological importance of photosynthesis as a biosynthesis process, individual for organisms but also global in the maintenance of life on Earth. FCTC

Est.BI.2.11.1. It contrasts the biological importance of photosynthesis for the maintenance of life on Earth.

Crit.BI.2.12. Argue the importance of chemosynthesis. FCTC

Est.BI.2.12.1. Assesses the biological role of chemosynthetic organisms.

BOE Access to the University. Block 2. The living cell. Cell morphology, structure and physiology


         

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