Chapter 9 - ! Oxygen What kind o± transportation was used...

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Chapter 9 Cellular respiration - make energy Anabolic vs. Catabolic anabolic: building up catabolic: breaking down Oxidation: lose electrons Reduction: gain electrons KNOW LEO GOES GER (lose electrons oxidize, gain electrons reduce) Energy intermediaries: Hydrogen carriers Ex. NADH FADH 2 Ways to make ATP Chemiosmosis/Oxidation Phosphorylation Make energy in the presence of oxygen Substrate Level Phosphorylation Add a phosphate to a substrate <-- reactant Cycle Cytoplasm (Cytosol) Glycolysis Kreb s cycl ʼ Mitrochondria
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Matrix Where What s ʼ Broken Down Glucose 2 Acetyl Co-A 2 molecules Electron Transport Chain Mitrochondria Cristae NADH FADH What is made ATP Synthesis 2 Pyruvate 2 NADH 2 ATP Substrate Level Phos.
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6 NADH 2 FADH 2 ATP Substrate Level Phos. in one turn 3, 1, 1 Waste=CO2 34 ATP in overall cycle is 38 H2O Chemiosmosis / Oxidative Phos Purpose To make pyruvate Reduce
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NADH and FADH and the by product is CO2 Make ATP by product H2O What is the fnal hydrogen catcher
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Unformatted text preview: ! Oxygen What kind o± transportation was used through the channels ! Active Transport and Uniport ATP syntase is ±acilitated DNP - blows holes in the cristae Two Poisons: Rotenone - Blocks frst Carbon monoxide/cyanide: Blocks the that oxygen needs to go through DNP: (TNT) blows holes in the cristae Arsenic: a±±ects the Krep s cycle ʼ NADH and FADH How many make, 34, 38 Oxidizing: moves up oxygen ! When oxidized they have an active transport. ! When hydrogen is diffused down its facilitated diffusion ! What is reduced? Oxygen is the ±nal hydrogen catcher Know on cycles: ! location of where they happen ! if # goes through Krebs cycle? What you got? CO2 is the Krebs waste area Water comes from electron transport chain Inner membrane - cristae Kreb s cycle is in midochondric membrane ʼ...
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This note was uploaded on 09/21/2011 for the course BSC 2010 taught by Professor Bowes during the Spring '08 term at University of Florida.

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Chapter 9 - ! Oxygen What kind o± transportation was used...

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