Tuesday, September 2, 2008

For all the Basic Metabolic Pathways

SOME BASIC METABOLIC PATHWAYS
The term metabolism refers to the sum of the biochemical reactions required for energy generation AND the use of energy to synthesize cell material from small molecules in the environment. Hence, metabolism has an energy-generating component, called catabolism, and an energy-consuming, biosynthetic component, called anabolism. Catabolic reactions or sequences produce energy as ATP, which can be utilized in anabolic reactions to build cell material from nutrients in the environment.
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5 comments:

mahendra said...

Dear Shiva Aithal,
It is indeed a great pleasure to browse the blog. The concept and the contents of the blog will be highly appreciated and I am sure that this blog will not only be helpful to the students of Microbiology, but also to the knowledge seekers from all walks of life. I wish Dr. Shiva the best wishes for his whole hearted efforts for dissemination of knowledge from his bag.
Capt. Mahendra Ranjekar
Head, PG Dept of Microbiology, Dayanand Science College, Latur.

mahendra said...

Dear Shiva Aithal,
It is indeed a great pleasure to browse the blog. The concept and the contents of the blog will be highly appreciated and I am sure that this blog will not only be helpful to the students of Microbiology, but also to the knowledge seekers from all walks of life. I wish Dr. Shiva the best wishes for his whole hearted efforts for dissemination of knowledge from his bag.
Capt. Mahendra Ranjekar
Head, PG Dept of Microbiology, Dayanand Science College, Latur.

September 15, 2008 3:06 PM

Mahenra said...

Dear Shiva Aithal,
It is indeed a great pleasure to browse the blog. The concept and the contents of the blog will be highly appreciated and I am sure that this blog will not only be helpful to the students of Microbiology, but also to the knowledge seekers from all walks of life. I wish Dr. Shiva the best wishes for his whole hearted efforts for dissemination of knowledge from his bag.
Capt. Mahendra Ranjekar
Head, PG Dept of Microbiology, Dayanand Science College, Latur.

September 15, 2008 3:06 PM

pravin said...

Sir,Its really extra ordinary blog.There are very few acadamic blog.so it has different value as per microbiologist concern.


PRAVIN SIRDESHPANDE
Research Fellow
M.Sc (Micro)
Lecturer in
Dept. of Microbiology,
DSM College, Parbhani,
Maharashtra (India).

khadse.j.j said...

sir
the idea of providing online notes is nice which help us to learn more and get inspier
khadse.j.j
DSM College, Parbhani,
Maharashtra (India).