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Energy and Metabolism (A lot of this is review.  * Read on your own) A simplified view of metabolism* ATP:  structure, high-energy bonds Figure 8.5* ATP Synthesis by 3 mechanisms Substrate level phosphorylation Oxidative phosphorylation Photophosphorylation ATP as a coupling agent: Figure 8.6* Cell's energy cycle: Figure 8.7* Structure and function of NAD/NADH; NADP/NADPH: fig 8.10* Biologically important redox potentials: Figure 8.8* Source of Energy for Microorganisms: Figure 9.1 Chemoorganotrophic Fueling: Figure 9.2 Catabolism/degradative/exergonic  Aerobic respiration: Figure 9.3 (overview)-  Amphibolic pathways: fig 9.4 -function both as catabolic and anabolic - Embden-Meyerhof pathway*(glycolysis: makes 2 pyruvate and 2ATP),  NAD electron carrier, ADP is used initially to get the rxn started, ATP is  synthesized by substrate level phosphorylation - Pentose phosphate pathway*- more for biosynthetic, NADP electron  carrier, aerobic and anaerobic,  catabolic  and anabolic, sugars will be 
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used for biosynthesis or where they are need, glucose to pyruvate  makes some ATP - Tricarboxylic acid cycle (TCA)- citric acid cycle or  Kreb’s cycle, 
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