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Lactic Acid SystemAnaerobic Glycolysis

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Lactic Acid Pathway

All Creatine Phosphate has been depleted.ATP now is re synthesised by GlycogenCarbohydrate is eaten in the form of sugar or starch and is stored in muscles and liver as glycogen.

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Lactic Acid Pathway

Before we can use glycogen for energy

Glycogen needs to be converted to

Glucose-6-Phosphate

This uses up 1 molecule of ATP

The breaking down of glucose if called

gylcolosis

. As no oxygen is used in these first stages-

Anaerobic Glycolosis.

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Lactic Acid Pathway

Now we have

Glucose-6-Phosphate

we are ready to go!

Now glycotic enzymes go to work on breaking down the molecule again (12 reactions) in the sarcoplasm of the cell.

Phosphofructo kinase PFK

Glycogen phosphorylate GK

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Lactic Acid Pathway

Glucose-6-Phosphate is degraded to Pyuvic AcidIn the absence of oxygen is converted to lactic Acid by enzyme Lactate Dehydrogenase (LDH)

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Lactic Acid Pathway

The whole process frees sufficient energy to re synthesis 3 molecules of ATPHowever, this process also uses up 1 moleculeSo net gain 2 ATPC6 H12 O6 2C3 H6 O3 + EnergyEnergy + 2P + 2ADP 2ATP

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Features of the System

Only frees a small amount of the energy from the glycogen molecule (5%)

Lactic acid produced inhibits further glycogen breakdown as it restricts the glycotic enzyme activity

LA levels can rise 1mmol/kg at rest to 25mmol/kg during intense exercise.

Releases energy fairly quickly i.e. 400m

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Features of the System

Used between 10 seconds and 3 mins

Best for activities at 1 minute

Also at the end of aerobic events for a sprint finish

The remaining 95% of the molecule is used in the Aerobic system….

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