cellular respiration

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Synonyms for cellular respiration

the metabolic processes whereby certain organisms obtain energy from organic molecules

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Lakomy, "Contribution of phosphocreatine and aerobic metabolism to energy supply during repeated sprint exercise," Journal of Applied Physiology, vol.
There were no differences in baseline values for heart rate, aerobic metabolism, carbohydrate oxidation or fat oxidation between the three test days (Table 3).
Given the association of peroxisome proliferator-activated receptor gamma coactivator 1-alpha to mitochondrial biogenesis and conversion slow-twitch type I muscle fibers, it is reasonable to suggest that GG genotype, more readily associated with distance breeds in this study, may also explain adaptions in aerobic metabolism and similar to the other SNPs in the study by Pereira et al (2015) be not present in breeds generally associated with sprinting.
First, despite the predominance of the anaerobic metabolism during the sets in RT, the aerobic metabolism has the greater contribution to total EE due to the amount of [O.sub.2] that is consumed during and especially between sets were it reaches its peak values (23).
FDA GRAS Notified GRN #000293) resulted in a PGC-1 alpha, Mitochondrial DNA and AMP activated-kinase expression in skeletal muscle, which can lead to acceleration of fatty acid utilization through activation of mitochondrial aerobic metabolism. These results suggest that GSH improves lipid metabolism and acidification in muscle during exercise, which leads to the decrease of muscle fatigue.
Carbon dioxide is a waste product of aerobic metabolism, as well as glycolysis.
Thyroid hormones in turn stimulate aerobic glycolysis, glutamine consumption, and aerobic metabolism in human lymphocytes [17].
As a result, oxygen supply was further improved in the circulating blood and it was beneficial to aerobic metabolism of cells.
In such a person, this is also the beginning of the "red zone." Exertion above 60% MHR quickly induces a rapid buildup of lactic acid as their aerobic metabolism can no longer meet their energy demand.
Generally, light-to-moderate intensity activities that are sufficiently supported by aerobic metabolism can be performed for extended periods of time [15].
Below your anaerobic (lactate) threshold, aerobic metabolism can handle all the work; in between this threshold and VO2max, the transition to anaerobic metabolism begins.
As a result, fatty acid oxidation is insufficient to meet the body's metabolic demands during exercise or sustained activities that rely upon aerobic metabolism. CPT2 is characterized by myalgia and myoglobinuria as the body utilizes muscle as an alternative fuel source during activity, placing the patient at risk for rhabdomyolysis.
In normal labor when sufficient oxygen is available, the fetal heart utilises oxygen-dependent aerobic metabolism, the energy balance is positive and the ECG shows a normal ST-waveform.
ROS are products of normal metabolism, such as aerobic metabolism in mitochondria, and environmental stresses, such as excess exposure to ultraviolet light.