Chapter 18Ketogenesis and Ketone Bodies Resouroa x previous 22 of 24 Ketogenesis and Ketone Bodies Part B When the body runs out of glucose, the brain, heart, and skeletal muscle can use ketone bodies for their metabolic needs. When this happens, the body switches over to a metabolic state known as ketosis. Ketone bodies are made in the liver by combining acetyl CoA groups together Sort the following molecules based on whether or not they are biologically occurring ketone bodies Drag each item to the appropriate bin. Hints Reset Help 2-pentanone β-hydroxybutyrate acetoacetate ethyl methyl ketone 2-butanone Biological ketone bodies Nonbiological ketones
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