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GLUCOSE MOLECULE
BACK
LACTIC
GLUCOSE MOLECULES
LACTATE
ALANINE CYCLE
CORI CYCLE
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  1. The Cori cycle is their explanation for the movement of energy in the body – from muscle, to the liver, and back to muscle.
  2. The Cori cycle is essential for maintaining glycolysis in the erythrocytes as the Cori cycle continue providing the glucose molecules as the fuel molecules.
  3. The Cori Cycle is a cooperative venture between muscle and liver, with the blood stream linking these two tissues.

Glucose Molecule

  1. Note that the Cori cycle is energy consuming(6 ATP used per glucose molecule made).

Back

  1. The Cori cycle is their explanation for the movement of energy in the body – from muscle, to the liver, and back to muscle.

Lactic

  1. From these studies, they proposed a cycle (called the Cori cycle in their honor) that linked glucose with glycogen and lactic acid. (Web site)

Glucose Molecules

  1. The Cori cycle is essential for maintaining glycolysis in the erythrocytes as the Cori cycle continue providing the glucose molecules as the fuel molecules.

Lactate

  1. Lactate is transported back to the liver where it is converted into pyruvate by the Cori cycle using the enzyme lactate dehydrogenase. (Web site)
  2. This process is less productive than the Cori Cycle, which uses lactate, since a byproduct of energy production from alanine is production of urea.
  3. Lactate, which is produced by the body all day long, is resynthesized by the liver (Cori Cycle) to form glucose that provides you with more energy. (Web site)

Alanine Cycle

  1. Alanine cycle The alanine cycle is quite similar to the Cori cycle. (Web site)

Cori Cycle

  1. The Cori cycle refers to the cycling of lactate or lactic acid produced by red blood cells and muscle (during anaerobic respiration) back into glucose.
  2. This alanine cycle is analogous to the Cori cycle which allows anaerobic metabolism by muscles. (Web site)
  3. Lactate from anaerobic respiration in skeletal muscle is easily converted to pyruvate in the liver cells; this happens as part of the Cori cycle. (Web site)

Categories

  1. Alanine Cycle
  2. Lactate
  3. Anaerobic Metabolism
  4. Anaerobic Respiration
  5. Glucose Molecule
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