2 Cellular Respiration Study Guide

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BS 111 Study Guide Cellular Respiration Vocabulary Redox reactions oxidation reduction dehydrogenase nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide (NAD) flavin adenine dinucleotide (FAD) glycolysis fermentation Krebs cycle pyruvate oxidation pyruvate (pyruvic acid) lactate (lactic acid) ethanol phosphorylation kinase phosphofructokinase hexokinase citrate glyceraldehyde-3-phosphate (triose-3-phosphate) substrate level phosphorylation acetyl CoA CoA pyruvate dehydrogenase oxidative phosphorylation electron transport chain cytochromes electrochemical gradient chemiosmosis ATP synthase proton motive force competitive inhibitor non-competitive inhibitor allostery feedback inhibition 1. Make a list of some examples of carbon bonds in cellular respiration to show which in relative terms are oxidized and which are reduced. 2. Give a general example of a dehydrogenation reaction listing reactants and products. Where are the electrons and the hydrogen atoms? Give a specific example from glycolysis and from the Krebs cycle.
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