Test_II_Study_Guide

Test_II_Study_Guide - Study Guide for BS111 FS06 Test II....

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Study Guide for BS111 FS06 Test II. This study guide is by no means an exhaustive list of every topic covered. It should be used in conjunction with - not a substitute for - the book and lecture notes. Chapter 9 Study Guide 1. Understand: Electron transport chain, oxidative phosphorylation, substrate-level phosphorylation, feedback inhibition, positive regulation, chemiosmosis, proton motive force. 2. How do sugars store energy? 3. Why do we respire? (i.e. why do we need ATP? Why can’t we use sugars, fats, proteins directly for energy?) 4. Why are NAD+ and FAD+ considered electron carriers? 5. Why is ATP consumed during glycolysis? 6. What happens when pyruvate is converted to acetyl-coA? What is coA? 7. Understand: in terms of mass and energy, what goes in and what comes out of: Glycolysis, the Krebs Cycle, and the Electron Transport Chain. For each of these processes, in general, what is oxidized and what is reduced? 8. What is the final electron acceptor during aerobic respiration? During fermentation? 9.
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