Worksheet Week #10_solutions_2

Worksheet Week #10_solutions_2 - 2 NADH 2.5 mole ATP FADH 2...

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1. Complete the “cell” above with the following: a. Mark the cytosol, intermembrane space and matrix. b. Which side of the mitochondrium is the N and which one the P side? c. Draw the parts of the electron transport chain, include proton flow. i. Which proteins are membrane bound and which ones are soluble? d. Draw ATP synthase (include F 1 , F 0 and ϒ subunits). e. Show where O 2 is reduced and ATP made. f. Indicate where glycolysis, TCA cycle, bridging step occur. 2. How many moles of ATP are made from 1 mole of NADH? FADH
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Unformatted text preview: 2 ? NADH: 2.5 mole ATP, FADH 2 : 1.5 mole ATP 3. Fill in the ATP production for 1 mole of glucose. Part of metabolism # moles of reducing equivalents (NADH, FADH 2 ) # moles of ATP Glycolysis 2 x NADH (step 6) 7 ATP ( 5 ATP from 2NADH, 2 ATP from substrate level phosphorylation step10) Bridging step 2 x NADH 2 x 2.5 = 5 ATP Citric Acid cycle 6 x NADH 2 x FADH 2 20 ATP (6x2.5=15 ATP from NADH, 2x1.5FADH 2 , 2 ATP from substrate level phosphorylation NET # moles of ATP/glucose = _ 32 ______...
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This note was uploaded on 02/02/2010 for the course BIOCHEM Biochem440 taught by Professor Dr.klevit during the Winter '09 term at University of Washington.

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