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Guiding Questions for Reading #2 Read part II of Lane’s “The Origin of Life” (2009) and the excerpt “Vital Force” Lane (2005). Prepare a synopsis of the articles (typed, double-spaced, < 500 words). Within the synopsis, answer the following questions. This synopsis is due at the beginning of discussion. 1. How does chemiosmosis solve the problem that ATP can only be generated as
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Unformatted text preview: whole numbers, with no ‘change’? 2. How does chemiosmosis unify respiration and photosynthesis? 3. Why is it significant that the Krebs cycle can run forwards or backward? 4. What do biologists mean when they quote Albert Szent-György, “Life is nothing but an electron looking for a place to rest”?...
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