Catabolism

Refers to the organic nutrients the body will come from the molecular environment or their cell storage (such as sugar, fat and protein), the end product of a step by step degradation into small, simple (such as carbon dioxide, such as lactic acid and ammonia) process, also called Alienation effect .
Catabolism

Catabolism Definition

Catabolism (catabolism)
Is free with catabolism in the molecular structure of the complex release. In some reactions of catabolism, most free generated can be stored in ATP, some of which can be directly used for some free energy requiring reaction in the form of NADPH.

Catabolism principle

Catabolism, dissi- in Milation Material metabolism The complex material is decomposed into chemical process simple substances, as the alienation effect. But this is not limited to the chemical complex definition. Catabolism (catabolism) has the simple meaning of the chemical, and the alienation effect (dissimilation) is the old waste of feeling, in terms of use often It differs from man to man. Increase the general chemical complexity due to the increased and free energy, so for the sake of convenience, the loss process with free energy called dissimilation process, and with energy absorption is called assimilation.