Essentials for 2008 Mid2

Essentials for 2008 Mid2 - ESSENTIALS FOR MIDTERM 2 The...

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ESSENTIALS FOR MIDTERM 2 The second midterm (Tuesday 5/20/2008) will cover lectures 8-13 and parts of lecture 14: YOU NEED TO STUDY A TEXTBOOK TO DO WELL!!! Concepts Standard reduction potential ( Δ E o ’) and relationship to Δ G o Proton-motive force (PMF), contributions of Δ pH and ΔΨ Coupling of Δ E o ’ to PMF and proton gradient-dependent ATP synthesis Similarities between the electron transport chains (ETC) and ATP synthase complexes in mitochondria and chloroplasts Role of sugar nucleotides (“activated sugars”) in carbohydrate biosynthesis Principles of enzymes regulation, identification of regulated enzymes, reciprocal regulation, futile cycling, role of partial futile cycling Common allosteric regulators in specific pathways discussed in class Subcellular location of all pathways discussed in class TCA Cycle Know enzymes (common names only) and reactions (substrates/products) Know (recognize and draw) structures of all intermediates. Anaplerotic reactions (enzymes, role of co-factor biotin, know structures of reactants and
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This note was uploaded on 09/06/2009 for the course BIS 103 taught by Professor Abel during the Spring '08 term at UC Davis.

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