Discussion 3 Energy students

Discussion 3 Energy students - reactions. Students can draw...

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Discussion 3 Cellular Energy concepts Reading: Chapters 8, 9 and 10 Concepts: What is biological energy and how is it made; The balance between energy and reducing power Substrate Level Phosphorylation Fermentation Respiration Photosynthesis Learning Goals: Learning Goals Measureable Outcomes Understand the differences between aerobic and anaerobic respiration. Students can compare and contrast aerobic versus anaerobic respiration. Understand substrate level phosphorylation. Identify the SLP reactions in glycolysis. Understand oxygenic and anoxygenic photosynthesis. Students can compare and contrast oxygenic and anoxygenic photosynthesis. Understand the role of fermentation
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Unformatted text preview: reactions. Students can draw basic fermentation reactions, including Ethanol, and Lactic acid. Discussion: Review Energy Metabolism. Table 14.1 Foster Activities: In groups provide students with different scenarios (below) and have them discuss and report on the following, and show all pathways: 1. Where is the reducing power coming from and how is it being reoxidized? 2. How is ATP being generated? 3. What is the terminal electron acceptor? 4. What is the primary electron donor? 5. Do you think this is a very efficient way to live, explain? 6. What is the advantages/disadvantages of growth under these conditions? 7. What is the carbon source?...
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