Oct23_CR - DiscusstheroleofATPinmetabolism

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Discuss the role of ATP in metabolism Write the most general chemical equation of cellular respiration,  labeling the inputs and outputs Explain the roles of phosphorylation and cellular respiration in the  transfer of energy from glucose to work done in the cell
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Announcements PLQ for the 21 st  was a mistake and has  been deleted. Anyone that has requested or seeking  tutoring, please contact Tracey ASAP (after  class today)
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Multicellularity Multicellularity has arisen independently in several  distantly related groups
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Extra Credit:  What advantages might  becoming multicellular convey to an  organism? Hand write at least three advantages Turn in on  Monday  before lecture No late work will be accepted
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This unit is about connections Connect biology to chemistry Cellular respiration and photosynthesis Connect biology to physics Fick’s Law of Diffusion and surface area:volume Cellular processes to anatomy and physiology Anatomical systems to one another
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This note was uploaded on 01/18/2010 for the course IB 150 taught by Professor Caceres,c during the Fall '08 term at University of Illinois, Urbana Champaign.

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Oct23_CR - DiscusstheroleofATPinmetabolism

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