Metabolism II

Metabolism II - Respiration -Electron transport chain...

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Respiration -Electron transport chain -Oxidative phosphorylation -Generation of the protonmotive force
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Alternative Inorganic Electron Acceptors -In the absence of O 2 facultative anaerobes  may use oxidized  inorganic compounds as the final acceptor of electrons derived from the  electron transport chain.
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Nitrate Reduction Sulfate Reduction
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-Enzymes -Adenosine triphosphate (ATP) -Chemical energy source -Electron carriers -Precursor metabolites Components of Metabolism
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Components of Metabolism - Precursor metabolites METABOLIC INTERMEDIATES that are  either used for the synthesis of macromolecules or for  further oxidation for the production of ATP.
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Succinyl-CoA                      TCA cycle                       Heme biosynthesis
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Fermentation -Pathway used when a suitable inorganic  terminal electron acceptor is not available or because there  is no electron transport chain.
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