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Unformatted text preview: Energy
Genera*on
 Diversity
of
Mechanisms
 1.

Overview
of
Energy
Genera*on
 












ATP
and
NAD(P)H
produc*on
 2.

Fermenta*on
–
Lac*c
Acid
Bacteria
 3.

Respira*on
 
 
A.
E.
coli
‐
the
switch
from
the
intes*ne
to
the
environment
 

 
B.

Lithotrophy
and
Acid
Mine
Drainage
 4.

Photosynthesis
 

 
A.
Anoxygenic
Photosynthesis
 
 
B.
Oxygenic
Phtosynthesis
 Electron
Transfer
 •  Coupled
oxida*on‐reduc*on
reac*on
that
 releases
energy
 •  Involves
an
electron
donor
and
electron
 acceptor
 •  Rela*ve
redox
poten*al
determines
whether
a
 molecule
will
act
as
electron
donor
or
 acceptor.


 Electron
Tower
 Fermenta*on,
part
1
 

 ATP
is
generated
by
substrate‐level
phosphoryla*on e.g.
glycolysis
 Fermenta*on,
part
2
 NAD+
is
regenerated
 Pyruvate
 NADH
 NAD+
 Lactate
 Many
Types
of
Fermenta*on
 Respira*on
with
O2
 PMF
 ATP
Synthase
 ‐
Acceptor
 Alterna*ve
Terminal
e ‐
Donor
 Alterna*ve
e PSI
in
Green‐Sulfur
Bacteria,
ETS
 PSI,
Genera*on
of
PMF
 The
Reac*on
Center
of
Photosystems
 Light
Harves*ng
Strategies
 PSII
of
Purple
Bacteria,
ETS
 PSII,
PMF
 Oxygenic
Photosynthesis,
ETS
 Oxygenic
Photosynthesis,
PMF
 Metabolic
Types
 Name
 Energy
Genera,on
 Carbon
Assimila,on
 Chemoheterotroph
 Chemicals
 CHO
 Chemoautotroph
(lithotroph)
 Chemicals
 CO2
 Photoheterotroph
 Light
 CHO
 Photoautotroph
 Light
 CO2
 Modifying
Term
‐
Faculta*ve
 ...
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This note was uploaded on 03/06/2012 for the course MIMG 100 taught by Professor Lazazzera during the Summer '10 term at UCLA.

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