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Unformatted text preview: ATP Can also run in reverse (i.e. use ATP to make proton gradient) Video 14.3 Figure 14- 13 Fig. 14- 8 Mitochondria catalyze a major conversion of energy The energy released by the oxida3on of NADH to NAD+ is harnessed by the electron transport chain (ETC) to drive the energy requiring phosphoryla3on of ADP to form ATP. This is what you need to know for Biol200. The details will be discussed in Biol201 Mitochondrial produc:on of ATP in a nutshell 1.  Glycolysis in cytosol (anaerobic) pyruvate 2.  Pyruvate Citric Acid Cycle (in matrix) electron donors are produced. 3.  Electron donors drive Electron Transport Chain (ETC) and produce proton gradient across the cristae membrane 4.  Proton gradient drives the produc3on of ATP. 3 and 4 are collec3vely known as oxida:ve phosphoryla:on 1.  Feeding cells with radioac3ve Oxygen will lead to the radiolabel ending up in ____________ 2.  Feeding cells with radioac3ve glucose will lead to the radiolabel ending up in _____________ A.  CO2, H2O B.  H2O, CO2 C.  H2O, ATP D.  CO2, Pyruvate E.  CO2, Acetyl CoA H+ H+ A B C D Where is the pH likely to be the highest in this organelle? Chloroplasts and Photosynthesis Learning Outcome: chloroplasts and photosynthesis   Relate chloroplast structure to the process of photophosphoryla3on and photosynthesis.   Explain the rela3onship between mitochondria and chloroplasts.   Compare and contrast, using diagrams, chemiosmo3c coupling of proton pumping and ATP forma3on in mitochondria and chloroplasts.   Contrast the mechanisms of post- transla3onal import of proteins into endosymbiont organelles with co- tra...
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