bio 101 krebs - ETC

bio 101 krebs - ETC - D. takes place as rapidly in a cell...

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4/7/11 Glycolysis is regulated in response to the amount of ATP in the cell. Specifically, high levels of ATP will regulate the activity of A. ATP binds to the enzyme’s active site, increasing enzyme activity. B. ATP inhibits the synthesis of new enzyme molecules. C. ATP binds to the enzyme’s regulatory site, resulting in a conformational change that inhibits enzyme activity.
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4/7/11 KREBS CYCLE Where do the reactions of the Krebs Cycle take place? Fig 9- 13
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4/7/11 Pyruvate, the end-product of glycolysis, is actively transported into the mitochondrion through an inner membrane protein called the A. occurs from a region of high concentration to a region of low concentration. B. is an energy-requiring step in glucose oxidation. C. is a passive process.
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Unformatted text preview: D. takes place as rapidly in a cell with limited ATP as in a cell with sufficient quantities of 4/7/11 Figure 9-14 Pyruvate -> Acetyl CoA Pyruvate Dehydrogenase: located in Matrix of eukaryotes 4/7/11 Fig 9.15 4/7/11 OSU Marching Band – Krebs Cycle 4/7/11 As we move through the Krebs cycle, are the carboxylic acids reduced or oxidized during cellular respiration? Explain 4/7/11 How is the Krebs Cycle regulated? Give an example 4/7/11 Fig 9.17 Summary of Glucose Oxidation 4/7/11 Simplified Overview Where does Electron Transport and Oxidative Phosphorylation take place? 4/7/11 Location, Location, Location Glycolysis KRE BS ET C 4/7/11 Oxygen - “the elixir of life” Electron Transport Chain 4/7/11...
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This note was uploaded on 04/06/2011 for the course BIO 101 taught by Professor Freeman during the Spring '11 term at Union.

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