Biology Final Study Guide

Biology Final Study Guide - If you have to move reactions...

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Page 1 If you have to move reactions uphill, you must couple them with reactions going downhill. This is called coupling reactions. The energy hump that must be treversed before an action must be initiated- Activation energy Why do catalysts speed up a chemical reaction? lowers activation energy How do you couple reactions/ How do you couple an exogonic with an endergonic / how do you move energy around? Energy carriers / energy carrying molecules What are the two ways we carry energy? ATP (b/w phosphates--covalent bond) and high energy electroncs Where is the energy in ATP? Between the phosphates What are the electron carriers for photosynthesis? NADPH What are the electron carriers for respiration? NADH and FADH Why is tertiary structure important in an enzyme? Active Site What binds to the active site? Substrate What is another word for substrate? reactants Two types of end product inhibition - Competitive / allosteric What are the two parts of the chloroplast? Thylakoid and Stroma
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