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Unformatted text preview: with the organism. Draw a diagram of this amazing organism and indicate where the ATP synthase, freshly generated ATP, and oxidative phosphorylation complexes are located. 4) Describe the two consequences of a mutation where FMN is no longer present in the inner membrane of the mitochondria. Without FMN, the FMN FMNH 2 reduction reaction cannot occur which means that NADH cannot be oxidized back to the NAD, effectively stopping glycolysis and the TCA cycle. Outer membrane Inner membrane Nucleus ATP synthas ADP ATP Oxidative Phospohrylation Complexes Photosynthesis/Assimilation of CO 2 6) If a plant is grown in the presence of 14 C-labelled CO 2 , which C atoms of the resulting fructose-6-phosphate will emerge with the radioactive label after a single round of the Calvin Cycle? Which C atoms will be labeled after a second round of the cycle?...
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