ETChain+and+ATP+syn

ETChain+and+ATP+syn - 1 ” The three ATP binding sites in...

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This and all other slides are from Lehninger, 5 th ed.
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Ubiquinone is also called “Q” or “Coenzyme Q”.
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The above is complex III. This complex transfers electrons from ubiquinone to cytochrome c.
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Complex III transfers electrons from Q to cytochrome c. The above demonstrates the “Q cycle”.
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Complex IV. Electrons from cytochrome c reduce oxygen to water.
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ATP synthase. Components “a, b, and c” make up F o ; the Greek lettered components make up F
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Unformatted text preview: 1 ”. The three ATP binding sites in ATP synthase. The above shows “rotational catalysis”. Experiment demonstrating rotation of F o . Images of the previous fluroescence experiment. Each frame is 125 milliseconds. The images show the fluorescent filament changing in 120 o increments. An intricate part of ATP synthesis is the translocation of ATP, ADP, and P i ....
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This note was uploaded on 03/12/2009 for the course BIO SCI 103 taught by Professor Droliverfiehn during the Winter '08 term at UC Davis.

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