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How to study for exam.   What  I recommend to turn the lecture objectives into questions.  Then see how many you can  answer by using your lecture notes.   Any items/concepts that you can not answer completely,  you can then go to the reading in the text.   If there are still items that are not clear, please ask  me or your TA to help explain. Since I have receive several emails over the last couple of days asking how to study for the  exam,  I  have created this list of questions composed using the learning objective slides from  each lecture.   Lecture 21-Cellular Respiration Why is respiration considered a redox reaction?   What are the reductants and oxidants? What is the role of NADH? FADH2? What parts of the mitochondria are involved in each step of cellular respiration? What is the goal of glycolysis? Include the major reactants and products? Repeat above question for Kreb’s cycle and ETC What is meant by chemiosmosis?  What is the role of the  proton gradient and ATP synthase in  the chemiosmotic process. What is the role of oxygen in cellular respiration?  Why does the lack of oxygen lead to the 
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This note was uploaded on 04/09/2008 for the course IB 150 taught by Professor ?? during the Three '08 term at University of Adelaide.

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