Exam3Review - Chapter 12 oxidative phosphorylation o...

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Chapter 12 – oxidative phosphorylation o Reduction potential o Calculating standard free energy for oxidation/reduction reaction: (pg. 374-5) o Oxidative phosphorylation o Structure of the mitochondria: H+ concentration o Transporters: not all molecules can be directly transported in and out Malate-aspartate shuttle is used to “transfer” NADH ATP transport system o Complex 1 o Complex 2 (succinate dehydrogenase) o Complex 3 o Complex4 (Q cycle) For each complex, you must know which molecule is being oxidized/reduced, where the electron is being transferred and how many hydrogens are transported Understand why NADH is equivalent to 3 ATP and why FAD/QH 2 produces 2 ATP’s o ATP synthase: structure, different state (conformation change) at which ATP is produced o Chemiosmosis: Concentration difference between the matrix and the intermembrane space (proton gradient) protonmotive force Calculating overall free energy for proton translocation across membrane (pg. 387) P:O ratio
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