Lecture 18 More on Electron Transport then Extracellular Matrices

Lecture 18 More on Electron Transport then Extracellular Matrices

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Lecture 18 Oxidative phosphorylation PMF fuels many processes – F 1 F 0 ATPase structure Evidence for ATP synthesis based on PMF Mechanism of ATP synthesis by ATP synthase Peroxisomes – one slide Photosynthesis – one slide Interaction of cells with their environment Extracellular matrix Components
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Main Points ATP synthesis in the mitochondrion takes place by a totally different mechanism from what occurs during glycolysis Proton gradient produced by electron transport is both necessary and sufficient for ATP production Cells attach to other cells tightly and specifically to allow integration of a tissue layer. Cells also frequently interact with acellular material, which provides structural support. 0
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“Proton Motive Force” 0
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PMF Uses 0 Oxidative phosphorylation
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Gradient and Electrical Gradient Use a chloride ionophore Will neutralize the electrical differential, leave the proton gradient intact Ask which processes are inhibited, which
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This note was uploaded on 04/08/2008 for the course BIOL 301 taught by Professor Tepperman during the Winter '08 term at University of Cincinnati.

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Lecture 18 More on Electron Transport then Extracellular Matrices

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