Bio 1002 Lecture 6 Questions With Answers

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Bio 1002 Tom Haffie Lecture 6 Before lecture: Read section 4.3A and understand Figure 4.10 (ATP structure & hydrolysis). Grasp the basics of Figure 6.6 (NAD). Before or after class: Read sections 7.4A and 7.4B and understand Figure 7.14 (Calvin Cycle). You will never be asked numbers so don't memorize...the number of ATP molecules needed to ..... " Sometime in the next week: Watch the fluorescence video below. Address outcome #6 at right. 1. How is the structure of ATP linked to the fact that its hydrolysis is strongly exergonic. 1. The products of hydrolysis (ADP + P i ) are both carry a negative charge --> repulsion between the ionic product favours hydrolysis 2. Slipping of the molecule is energetically favoured --> increases solvation 3. Orthophosphate group has multiple resonance structures --> only available when not bonded in ATP! 2. What is the biochemical "goal" of the Calvin Cycle. 1. Fixing carbon through the endergonic reduction of CO 2 to Glucose using ATP to supply energy, and NADPH being reduced to supply electrons for C - - H bonds.
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