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Unformatted text preview: sity of Ottawa BIO1130 Organismal Biology 21 2:39 PM Page 7 Archean eon Metabolic diversity in ATP production and carbon sources (Table 20.1 in part) Where does the organism get its carbon? to build, energy is used to stitch carbon molecules together to obtain glucose. Rebuild into molecules associated with life. Three types of energy sources: light photonic energy, chemical sources ie. taking c-c bonds and forming ATP. Autotrophic – Photoautotrophs – Chemoorganotrophs – Chemolithotrophs Heterotrophs – Photoheterotrophs – Chemoorganoheterotrophs – Chemolithotrophic heterotrophs BIO1130 Organismal Biology 22 Université d’Ottawa / University of Ottawa 2:39 PM High energy electrons and protons are added to this molecule Proton gradient that drives ATP synthesis. Matrix of three posibilities. Photosynthesys: Photoautotrophs, chemoorganoheterotrophs Bacteria: Chemoorganotrophs; carbon dioxyde and organic chemicals to synthesize ATP Redox pair Oxidized Reduced Figure 6.6 BIO1130 Organismal Biology 23 Université...
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