311C F10 Exam 3 Review Checklist

311C F10 Exam 3 Review Checklist - Bio311C Exam 3: Review...

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Wednesday, November 17 Chapter 9 pages 172-182 (7 th edition pages 170-178) Oxidative Phosphorylation: Location Goal Inputs Outputs Electron transport chain Chemiosmosis Proton (H + ) gradient ATP synthase Net ATP Yield of Cellular Respiration: contributions from each stage; variability, efficiency Anaerobic energy harvesting Fermentation Goals? Glycolysis Regeneration of NAD+ (why?) Alcohol fermentation Lactic acid fermentation Aerobic v. anaerobic: efficiency, regeneration of NAD+, final electron acceptor (other differences?) Pyruvate as a fork in the road (facultative anaerobes) Metabolic intersections Catabolic intersections Anabolic intersections Feedback regulation of cellular respiration: Phosphofructokinase (PFK) Positive and negative allosteric regulation Chapter 10 pages 185-199 (7 th edition pages 181-195) Photosynthesis 6 CO2 + 6 H2O + Light Energy C6H12O6 + 6 O2 Splitting of water release of O2 Redox reactions? Light reactions: Location Goal Inputs Outputs Pigments: chlorophyll a accessory pigments: chlorophyll b, carotenoids Excitation of chlorophyll by light Photosystem Light harvesting complex Reaction center PS II (P680) PS I (P700) Noncyclic (linear) electron flow: PS II (H2O) ETC (ATP) PS I ETC NADPH Inputs Outputs Cyclic electron flow: PS I
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This note was uploaded on 11/14/2010 for the course BIO 311C taught by Professor Satasivian during the Spring '08 term at University of Texas at Austin.

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311C F10 Exam 3 Review Checklist - Bio311C Exam 3: Review...

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