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Unformatted text preview: 4. Consider a cell that can normally grow either with or without oxygen . You also have a mutated strain of this same cell type. In the mutated strain, citrate synthetase is present in a mutated form. The enzyme still converts reactant normally to produce but no allosteric molecules can bind the allosteric site. In the absence of oxygen, will the mutated cell make less more or the same ATP than the normal cell? How about in the presence of oxygen? 5. How is ATP made in electron transport? Provide full details. 6. Why, in eukaryotic cells, does an NADH from glycolysis result in only 2 ATP but in prokaryotes it results in 3 ATP? 7. If in an experiment, protons could somehow rapidly be removed from the inner membrane space, how would this affect ATP synthesis by electron transport?...
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This note was uploaded on 04/02/2008 for the course BIO 201 taught by Professor Hofkin during the Spring '06 term at New Mexico.
- Spring '06