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Unformatted text preview: Indicate whether each of the compounds in the first column are a) produced (P) b) consumed (C) c) not di ) directly i l involved ( l d (NDI) ) in each of the metabolic processes in the columns to the right. Fermentaion Glycolysis Cellular respiration Krebs cycle Oxidative phosphorylation Photosystem I Photosynthesis Photosystem II Calvin cycle Glucose(sugar) O2 CO2 H2O ATP ADP+Pi NAD+ NADH NADP+ NADPH light C NI can be Prod'd not relevant P C P & C P & C NI NI NI C NDI NI not relevant P C C P NI NI NI NDI NDI P not relevant P C C P NI NI NI NDI C NI P P C P C NI NI NI NI NDI NI NI NI NI NI NI C P C NI P NI C P C NI NI NDI NDI C P (3 carbon sugar) NI C not relevant C P NI NI P C NDI Note: I considered glycolysis part of fermentation, but separated it from Krebs cycle and oxidative phosphorylation in aerobic respiration. NI: not involved either d l d h directly or indirectly ( NADP+/NADPH is not involved in respiration) l d l (ie / ld ) NID: not involved directly (but may be involved in a previous or subsequent step in the case of of aerobic respiration or photosynthesis. Not relevant: for water, where I am sure there are some hydrolysis or dehydration reactions but they are not relevant to to our discussions I added it in oxidative phosphorylation where oxygen is the terminal electron acceptor and is reduced to water and in photosystem II where the water is oxidized to produce oxygen f / / ...
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This note was uploaded on 12/24/2009 for the course BIOLOGY 1003 taught by Professor Suzannepaterson during the Fall '09 term at Carleton CA.
- Fall '09