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Bio 300 - Tutorial 4 Bioc 300 – Tutorial 4 – July 21 st 2009 Topics: - Electron transport chain, ATP synthase
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1. The ATP synthase responsible for most of the ATP synthesis in the body is located: a) On the outer side of the outer mitochondria membrane b) On the inner side of the outer mitochondria membrane c) On the outer side of the inner mitochondria membrane d) On the inner side of the inner mitochondria membrane e) Free in the matrix of the mitochondria
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ATP Synthase ATP Synthase generates ATP due to the H+ electrochemical gradient across the inner membrane Partially inside inner membrane and partially inside matrix
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1. The ATP synthase responsible for most of the ATP synthesis in the body is located: a) On the outer side of the outer mitochondria membrane b) On the inner side of the outer mitochondria membrane c) On the outer side of the inner mitochondria membrane d) On the inner side of the inner mitochondria membrane e) Free in the matrix of the mitochondria
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2. If an electron were removed from alpha- ketoglutarate and you could watch it move down the electron transport system, the order of movement would be as follows: a) NADH, Complex I, CoQ, Complex III, Cytochrome C, Complex IV, H2O b) NADH, Complex I, Complex II, CoQ, Cytochrome C, Complex IV, H2O c) NADH, Complex II, CoQ, Cytochrome C, Complex III, Complex IV, H2O d) NADH, Complex I, CoQ, Complex II, Cytochrome C, Complex III, H2O e) NADH, Complex I, Complex II, Cytochrome C, Complex III, CoQ, Complex IV, H2O
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Alpha ketoglutarate electron Alpha ketoglutarate generates an NADH in the kreb cycle NADH proceeds into complex I of the ETC.
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2. If an electron were removed from alpha- ketoglutarate and you could watch it move down the electron transport system, the order of movement would be as follows: a) NADH, Complex I, CoQ, Complex III, Cytochrome C, Complex IV, H2O b) NADH, Complex I, Complex II, CoQ, Cytochrome C, Complex IV, H2O c) NADH, Complex II, CoQ, Cytochrome C, Complex III, Complex IV, H2O d) NADH, Complex I, CoQ, Complex II, Cytochrome C, Complex III, H2O e) NADH, Complex I, Complex II, Cytochrome C, Complex III, CoQ, Complex IV, H2O
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3. What is the yield of ATP when each of the
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This note was uploaded on 12/13/2011 for the course BIOLOGY 300 taught by Professor Asdf during the Spring '08 term at UBC.

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