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Bio 311C Buskirk Handout 7 – Cellular Respiration, Oct 1, 4, 6 Textbook: Read Chapter 9 (skim first); concept checks 9.1, 9.2, 9.3, 9.5, figures 9.3, 9.4, 9.6, 9.7, 9.8, 9.10, 9.11. 9.13, 9.14, 9.16, 9.17, 9.18, 9.20 Learning objectives 2-22. What is the main function of the processes that altogether we call cellular respiration? 2-23 Define these terms: oxidation, reduction. Explain the transfer of electrons (and H) in redox rxns. What becomes oxidized? Reduced? [Do you know memory tricks about electrons? LEO GER; OIL RIG] 2-24. In the oxidation of methane (CH 4 ), (fig 9.3) what becomes oxidized and what becomes reduced? 2-25. What is a coenzyme, and what is the function of coenzymes (such as NAD, FAD, coenzyme A)? 2-26. What type of organic molecule is NAD? Of NAD+ and NADHH+ which has more free energy? Which of the two is more oxidized? Which of the two is more reduced? 2-27 ATP is made from ADP+Phosphate by substrate-level phosphorylation or oxidative phosphorylation. What’s the difference? (Where does the phosphate come from in each? What exergonic process drives it?) 2-28. From fig 9.6, below, name the three phases of cellular respiration and tell where they occur in the
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