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Unformatted text preview: GAP dehydrogenase – NADH b) pyruvate carboxylase c) biotin d) carbon dioxide or bicarbonate 5. a) phosphate + glycogen(n) ÅÆ glucose-1-phosphate + glycogen(n-1) enzyme is glycogen phosphorylase b) The high concentration of inorganic phosphate drives the reaction. 6. a) UDP-glucose b) UTP + gluocsose-1-phosphate ÅÆ UDP-glucose + pyrophosphate enzyme is UDP-glucose pyrophosphorylase c) Hydrolysis of pyrophosphate by pyrophosphatase drives reaction 7. a) PFK-2 on b) PFK-2 off FBPase-2 on c) phosphorylase kinase on glycogen phosphorylase on d) glycogen syntase off 8. a) oxygen b) water c) d) They go back to cytochrom b6f complex e) Hydrogen ions are pumped from lumen to stroma, ATP synthase makes ATP f) cyclic photophosphorylation 9. a) carbons 3 and 4 b) carbons 1 and 2 hv H2O Æ Mn center Æ Oxygen P680 P680* Photosystem II Other electron carriers...
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This note was uploaded on 04/12/2008 for the course MCB 100 taught by Professor Berger during the Fall '04 term at Berkeley.
- Fall '04