BIO_211_Ch9._RespirationBB

BIO_211_Ch9._RespirationBB - RESPIRATION K. Sathasivan...

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    RESPIRATION K. Sathasivan Basic Concepts Overview, Redox Reactions, ATP synthesis Aerobic Respiration Glycolysis Acetyl CoA Formation Krebs Cycle Oxidative Phosphorylation Anaerobic Fermentation Alcoholic and lactate
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    Concepts Energy Flow
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    Aerobic Respiration Overview
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    Redox Reactions  Oxidation is loss of electrons or H 2  and gain of O 2 Reduction is gain of electrons or H 2  and loss of O 2
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    C 6 H 12 O 6  + 6 O 2    6 CO 2  + 6 H 2 O + ~36  ATP Aerobic  Respiration  CH 2 O + O 2 CO 2 + H 2 O + ~6 ATP Reduction Oxidation
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    Electron Carriers NAD +  and FAD NAD +  = Nicotnamide Adenine Dinucleotide FAD = Flavo Adenine Dinucleotide FAD + 2 H FADH 2
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    Electrons and ATP Synthesis  
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    ATP Synthesis Substrate Level  Phosphorylation X-P + ADP   X +  ATP  Performed by Kinases
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    ATP Synthesis by Oxidative Phosphorylation   By Chemiosmosis Redox reactions result in   [H+]  [H+]  drives ATP synthesis
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    Basic Concepts Summary Aerobic Respiration Overview Oxidation and Reduction Reaction Electron Carriers  NAD +  and FAD  ATP Synthesis by  Substrate Level Phosphorylation and  Oxidative Phosphorylation
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    You eat a cheeseburger and a fresh salad. Which of the  following molecules in your food is NOT normally  oxidized in aerobic respiration to generate ATP? A. unsaturated fat  B. proteins  C. DNA  D. saturated fat  E. starch  
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    Aerobic Respiration Overview
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    GLYCOLYSIS Glyco = sugar;  lysis = break down Carbohydrates – major source of energy and carbon 
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