Major Points, Lecture 20 SS10

Major Points, Lecture 20 SS10 - BSCI105, Freshman...

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BSCI105, Freshman Connection Fall 2010 Major Points, Lecture 20 (Chapter 9, continued) 1. The NADH (and FADH 2 ) from glycolysis and the Kreb's cycle are used by what pathway/process to produce additional ATP? 2. Summarize the inputs and net outputs of glycolysis. 3. Summarize the inputs and outputs of the transition step. 4. Summarize the inputs and outputs of the Kreb's cycle. 5. Summarize the net products from the complete enzymatic breakdown of one glucose molecule. 6. Define "oxidative phosphorylation," and contrast it with substrate-level phosphorylation. 7. What is a REDOX reaction? How is it mediated in biological systems? 8. What happens to a molecule when it becomes OXIDIZED? 9. What happens to a molecule when it becomes REDUCED? 10. Why is it important to harvest energy from electrons in steps rather than all at once? 11. What is the most common "Redox couple" in metabolism? What is the reduced form called? 12. What is an electron transport chain?
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Major Points, Lecture 20 SS10 - BSCI105, Freshman...

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