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AP BIOLOGY OUTLINE FOR CELLULAR RESPIRATION:   ENERGY TRANFORMATIONS IN CELLS:       ANAEROBIC AND AEROBIC RESPIRATION   A.  Chemical structure and function of ATP 1)  Energy transfer 2)  Coupled reactions 3)  Chemiosmosis   B.  Pathways of anaerobic respiration 1)  Glycolysis 2)  Fermentation   C.  Pathways of aerobic respiration 1)  Krebs cycle 2)  Electron transport system     D.  Sites of respiratory enzymes   E.  Factors affecting the rate of respiration ESSAY QUESTIONS: 1963: Compare the intermediate steps in the fermentation of a molecule of sugar by yeast with  respiration in a muscle tissue cell. Include in your answer the role of ATP formed in each of these two  processes. 1965: Biologists and biochemists have made outstanding progress within the past quarter century in  elucidating principles and structures which govern the activities of living matter. These areas of progress  include:       A. The structure and code of the DNA molecule   B. The use of radioactive isotopes as tracers in biological processes *C. The citric acid cycle and its relationship to mitochondria   D. The use of electron microscopy in revealing the structure of the cell Discuss any one of these developments and its impact on biological thought and 
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This note was uploaded on 10/30/2009 for the course SI 0126 taught by Professor Gourney during the Summer '09 term at École Normale Supérieure.

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