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Week 7 Notes

by: Madeline Redding

Week 7 Notes BIO_SC 1010 - 01

Madeline Redding
Intro to biological sciences
Tracie Gibson

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Includes notes on cellular respiration
Intro to biological sciences
Tracie Gibson
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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Madeline Redding on Friday October 9, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to BIO_SC 1010 - 01 at University of Missouri - Columbia taught by Tracie Gibson in Fall 2015. Since its upload, it has received 33 views. For similar materials see Intro to biological sciences in Biological Sciences at University of Missouri - Columbia.


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Date Created: 10/09/15
Cellular Respiration ATP gt biosynthesis o Monomer gt polymers 0 Ex Nucleotides gt nucleic acids 0 ATP is used to power different things in the cell 0 Movement of ions 0 Ex Active transport 0 Bonds between phosphates are high energy bonds 0 Body harvests energy of broken bonds to make proteins etc 0 ATP converted to ADP phosphate H20 removed 0 Hydrolysis Reaction Cellular Respiration 0 Overall equation glucose C6H1206 602 gt 6C02 6H20 o Occurs in the mitochondria quotpowerhouse of the cellquot 0 Matrix contains DNA and ribosomes 0 ATP Synthase makes ATP 0 Aerobic o Requires oxygen 0 Anaerobic 0 Does NOT require oxygen 0 Get ATP as a product from every stage of cellular respiration o 3 Stages 0 Glycolysis o lst stage of cellular respiration 0 Location cytoplasm 0 Purpose break down glucose to pyruvate pyruvic acid 0 Glucose broken down by ATP into two 3 carbon structures 0 Two 3 carbon structures are broken down again into two 3 carbon structures and release NADH H20 and ATP 0 Products of Glycolysis NADH H20 ATP 0 Products of one stage are used in the next stage space 0 Fermentation H ions are being trans located from the matrix to IMM Products ATP H20 NAD FAD Proton Motive Force Battery for the ATP Synthase Components 0 Difference in H ion concentration between the IMM space and the matrix 0 Difference in charge between the space more positive and the matrix more negative If you poke a hole in the IMM H ions escape from the space Disrupt the proton motive force ATP Synthase will not work ATP will not be made 0 3 Fates of Pyruvate Glycolysis Glucose broken down into pyruvate o If 02 is present body will go through Krebs39 cycle and ETC 0 If 02 is not present body will make lactate mostly in the muscle cells 0 Way for the body to make energy in a low oxygen environment 0 Ethanol in microorganisms Examples Society and the ETC 0 Pesticides o DNP dinitrophenol o Pokes holes in the OMM and IMM o Disrupts the proton motive force 0 Do not make ATP


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