Chapter 7: Cellular Respiration
Chapter 7: Cellular Respiration LIFE 120
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Date Created: 10/07/16
Biology LIFE120 Exam 2 Chapter 7 Oct 7, 2016, 4:11 PM 00:00 Which of the following diagrams depicts the free energy change that occurs as a gas engine burns gas over time? Answer: B; if A was correct then all the gas would blow up at once instead of over time so A is out, doesn't overcome the activation energies that are needed to complete the reaction. Overview of Cellular Respiration: A more detailed version Full overview of oxidative phosphorylation ATP production without the presence of oxygen Oxygen is the terminal lectern acceptor of the ETC Without oxygen, a cell uses other means to generate ATP Anaerobic respiration: some bacteria use a different molecule as the terminal electron acceptor -Ex: Sulfate ion in some marine bacteria Fermentation: bacteria, yeast, and other cells; glycolysis produces ATP and NADH, NADH is recycled back to NAD+ -Ex: human muscle tissue during exercise
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