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Unformatted text preview: Insects Nematode worms Greatly speeds the rate of evolution What is the Evolutionary Sequence of the Prokaryotes? of Hints from the energy transfer systems. 2 types of Energy Capture: 1) Heterotrophic= breaking down organic molecules to get energy (ATP) 2) Autotrophic= using non­organic molecules (self­ feeders) to get energy. a) Chemotrophic = chemosynthetic b) Phototrophic = photosynthetic Most organisms organisms have this have gycolysis scheme scheme Suggesting it evolved early Most organisms organisms have this have glycolysis scheme scheme Suggesting it evolved early *Only a small amt. of energy released * Not a complete breakdown Of organic matter * Occurs in the cytoplasm * No 02 is used Pyruvic Acid Pyruvic acid (3C) Note: ­This occurs in the mitochondria Pyruvic acid (3C) Note: ­This occurs in the mitochondria KREBS CYCLE/ KREBS CYCLE/ ELECTON TRANSPORT ­Lots of ATP is released ­CO2 & H2 O are released Pyruvic acid (3C) Chemosynthesis= Using inorganic chemical reactions to generate energy (ATP) 2. Photosynthesis in Plants 2. H20 + CO2 C6H1206 + 02 +...
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