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Atp synthesis pages 723 725 difficulty 2 mitochondria

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46.ATP synthesisPages: 723-725Difficulty: 2Mitochondria carrying out oxidative phosphorylation consume oxygen.Explain what happens to thisoxygen, and describe the effect of an uncoupling agent such as 2,4-dinitrophenol on the rate ofoxygen consumption. Assume there is a sufficient supply of oxidizable substrate, ADP, and Pi.
47.ATP synthesisPage: 722Difficulty: 2The skunk cabbage (Symphocarpusfoetidus) can maintain a temperature of 10–25 °C higher than thetemperature of the surrounding air.Suggest a mechanism for this.
48.°ATP synthesisPages: 725-726Difficulty: 2When the F1 portion of the ATP synthetase complex is removed from the mitochondrial membraneand studied in solution, it functions as an ATPase.Why does it not function as an ATP synthetase?O
49.ATP synthesisPages: 723-736Difficulty: 3Using a simple diagram of the chemiosmotic theory, explain why anything that makes themitochondrial membrane leaky stops ATP synthesis in the mitochondria.

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Term
Fall
Professor
Paula Wilson
Tags
Cellular Respiration, Photosynthesis, Adenosine triphosphate

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