Gluconeogenesis, Biology

Gluconeogenesis:  When  diet is deficient  incarbohydrates. Glucose  or glycogen is formed from noncarbohydrate compounds principally from certain amino acids  and the glycerol of triglycerides. This  is called  gluconeogenesis. It also  occur  mainly in the living organism. Its  importance lies more  in the fact  that certain  vital parts  of body  such  as  muscles, nervous  tissue, RBC lactating  mammary glands,etc. Hormones  promote, but insulin  inhibits  gluconeogensis.

Posted Date: 10/4/2012 2:36:49 AM | Location : United States







Related Discussions:- Gluconeogenesis, Assignment Help, Ask Question on Gluconeogenesis, Get Answer, Expert's Help, Gluconeogenesis Discussions

Write discussion on Gluconeogenesis
Your posts are moderated
Related Questions
Q. Show the Communication process steps? Planning - Set goals. - Make a plan with alternatives. - Allow the counsellee to select a alternative which is feasible.

Explain the periodic table of the elements ? Periodic Table of the Elements :  An element is a pure substance composed of atoms all of a single kind. It cannot be broken down

Q. List the major chemical changes occurring in food? The major chemical changes occurring in food are lipid oxidation leading to rancidity, loss of vitamins and degradation

Solubility and physical properties of protiens Simple proteins Conjugated proteins Derived proteins

Define Etiology and Clinical Features of Epilepsy? This disorder usually starts in childhood, with the peak incidence between birth and two years. Etiological factors include

Sertoli cells are found in: 1. ovaries and secrete progesterone 2. adrenal cortex and secrete adrenaline 3. seminiferous tubules and provide nutrition to germ cells 4.

The second maturation division of the mammalian ovum occurs: 1. Shortly after ovulation before the ovum makes entry into the Fallopian tube 2. Until after the ovum has been p

Q. What is the valve that separates the aorta from the heart? What is the importance of that valve? The valve between the aorta and the left ventricle is the aortic valve. The

CHARACTERISTICS OF FEMALE'S SKELETON - 1.      Skull is lighter. 2.      Shoulders are nanow. 3.      Sacrum is shorter but wider. 4.      Pelvis is wider. 5.

Chloroplasts is the disk-like organelles with the double membrane found in eukaryotic plant cells; contain thylakoids and are the site of the photosynthesis. ATP is produced durin