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Welcome back! • Today we’ll start respiration • Today/Thursday in lab is focused on setting up your long-term plant experiment – Be sure to come prepared! • We’ll sign up for the field trip today – Get a number from the front of the room • Exam 2 will be next Monday (April 7) – I’ll leave some time at the end for review / questions!
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The Field Trip • Will occur Sat or Sun April 12 - 13 – 8:00 am – 2:00 pm – We’ll meet here at OCC • We will talk about more details in lab before the trip • No more than 45 people can go on each day – We’ll sign up for a day today!
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A brief review • Two topics I’ve gotten questions on: – Electron tower – Cyclic vs. non-cyclic electron flow
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Electron tower • Organized by E 0 – Strong reductants are on top (glucose) – Strong oxidants are on the bottom (O 2 ) • The amount of energy liberated by a reaction ( Δ G 0 ) is determined by the change in reduction potential ( Δ E 0 ) Δ G 0 α Δ E 0
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This note was uploaded on 11/11/2011 for the course ECON 100 taught by Professor Chandle during the Spring '11 term at UC Irvine.

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