MBIO 3812 Ex 5-6 Oxidase Test

MBIO 3812 Ex 5-6 Oxidase Test - MBIO 3812 Ex 5-6 Oxidase...

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11 MBIO 3812 Ex 5-6 Oxidase Test aerobic, facultative and even some anaerobic bacteria possess electron transport chains (ETCs) ETCs are used to move electrons down a series of molecules to a final electron acceptor several different types of bacterial ETCs, including ETCs that are similar to those found in eukaryotic mitochondria
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22 MBIO 3812 Ex 5-6 Oxidase Test mitochrondrial-like bacterial ETCs consist of 4 enzyme complexes that are used to transfer electrons last complex (complex IV) is CYTOCHROME C OXIDASE
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33 MBIO 3812 Ex 5-6 Oxidase Test in a bacterium cytochrome oxidase specifically transfers electrons from cytochrome c to O2 e- accepts electrons from cytochrome c ( i.e ., oxidizes cytochrome c) passes electrons onto O2 ( i.e ., causes reduction of O2)
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44 MBIO 3812 Ex 5-6 Oxidase Test Principal of the oxidase test: cytochrome c oxidase catalyzes the movement of an electron from one molecule to another a chromogenic reducing agent is a chemical that can donate
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