Unformatted text preview: ia. It binds to ATP synthase
(Fo component of ATP synthase which
serves as a H+ channel)
With time (when ATP synthase is
inhibited) ETC shuts down.
This is because Oligomycin disrupts
the steady state
ET III - 48 Energy Transfer III
Energy required for ATP production is derived from light.
compartments, ET III - 49 Energy Transfer III
CETC - CF1CF0 ATP synthase redox, so relies on prosthetic groups again needs
light energy photolysis,
ET III - 50
e- from water transferred down the redox potential, all while increases proton conc Energy Transfer III
need prosthetic groups
(chlorophyll is their prosthetic group,
magnesium in centre, rather than iron) ET III - 51 Energy Transfer III!
ETC versus CETC!
Similarities: both have ATP synthase
redox reactions provide energy for generation of proton gradient...
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- Winter '13
- Cellular Respiration, Adenosine triphosphate, ATP Synthesis, IMM