7.OxPhos 2010

7.OxPhos 2010 - EM image of an animal mitochondrion

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Classical view of the mitochondrion Voet/Voet Fig. 22-2
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Three-dimensional image reconstruction of a rat liver mitochondrion. Voet/Voet Fig. 22-4
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Filamentous reticular networks of mitochondria found in many types of cells Mitochondria form a filamentous reticular network in hippocampal dendrites but are present as discrete bodies in axons: A three-dimensional ultrastructural study V. Popov N. Medvedev, H. A. Davies, M. G. Stewart J. Comp. Neur. 492 (2005) 50-65
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Reticular networks can have a complex morphology V. Popov N. Medvedev, H. A. Davies, M. G. Stewart J. Comp. Neur. 492 (2005) 50-65 The mitochondrial network is shown in Blue
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The mitochondrial electron-transport chain . Voet/Voet Fig. 22-9 Note that the sites shown for ATP synthesis are not the actual sites but are places where Δ E is sufficient for ATP synthesis
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Oxidation states of FMN Voet/Voet Fig. 22-17 FAD is similar to FMN except that the phosphate is linked to an AMP moiety through a phosphodiester bond see Fig.16-8
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Porphyrin rings in cytochromes Voet/Voet Fig. 22-22 Hemes a and b are non-covalently attached
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Porphyrin rings in cytochromes. Axial liganding of the heme groups contained in cytochromes a and b Voet/Voet Fig. 22-22
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Voet/Voet Fig. 22-22 Heme c is covalently attached to its cytochrome and coordinates with histidine and methionine side chains
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Voet/Voet Fig. 22-15
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7.OxPhos 2010 - EM image of an animal mitochondrion

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