Study_Guide_for_Chapter_22

Study_Guide_for_Chapter_22 - BMB 402H STUDY GUIDE Spring...

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BMB 402H STUDY GUIDE Spring 2009 Chapter 22: Electron Transport and Oxidative Phosphorylation 1. The reactions in glycolysis and the TCA cycle that yield NADH and FADH 2 2. Anatomy of a mitochondrion, and the principal enzymes and pathways localized in the inner membrane and matrix of a mitochondrion 3. Mitochondrial transport systems (p. 22-3 and p. 22-27). 4. Definition of standard redox potentials; No need to memorize redox potentials listed in Table 16-4 of p. 22-5 5. The names of the four complexes of the electron transport chain and the sequential order of electron transfer catalyzed by each complex; no need to memorize molecular weights or subunit composition of the 4 complexes (Table 22-1 on p. 22-7), nor is it necessary to memorize the redox potentials of the electron carriers 6. The nature of redox reactions in which iron-sulfur centers, cytochromes, ubiquinone, FMNH 2 /FMN, FADH 2 /FAD, and NADH/NAD + participate; no need to memorize the structures of the three iron-sulfur centers, FMN (and its reduced forms), ubiquinone (and its
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