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Unformatted text preview: Oxidation and Reduction thats how energy is moved around Reducing agent substrate that has something to give and it will be oxidized as a result of the reaction Oxidizing agent substrate taking something in Electron and Energy Carriers NAD/NADH carry more energy than FAD/FADH NAD+ - + means positively charged got one less electronopen space PROTONS ARE EVERYWHERE Electron Transport NADH & FADH what do they do with the electrons send them along a path with a sequence of reactions and reductions ATP Formation mitochondria and chloroplast 1. chemiosmostic synthesis oxidative phosphorylation chloroplast (photphosphorylation) 2. Substrate Level Glycolysis - requires energy glucose is phosphorylated...
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