Lecture Slides- Respiration Ch9

Lecture Slides- Respiration Ch9 - oxidation of inorganic...

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Chapter 9: Respiration Redox reactions Glycolysis Glucose to pyruvate Oxidative phosphorylation – Acetyl-CoA to CO 2 2 O Proton gradients as a form of energy Alternative pathways Regulation 0
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Oxidation comes in several forms, which appear unrelated (but are not) Inorganic (directly electrons): Organic (only indirectly electronic):
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0 Oxidation of organic molecules involves delocalization of electrons, and is therefore more subtle than
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Unformatted text preview: oxidation of inorganic molecules. Note that one can oxidize by removing H atoms or adding O atoms, and that 2 H = 1 O. Substrate level phosphorylation Fermentation and the control of respiration Aerobic vs. anaerobic oxidation of glucose: fermentation The metabolism of virtually all biomolecules involves at least some of the reactions of glycolysis and the citric acid cycle....
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This note was uploaded on 03/31/2010 for the course BISC 220 taught by Professor Mcclure during the Spring '09 term at USC.

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