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Molecular and Cell Biology I

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Molecular and Cell Biology I B M B 251H

Jasmin Roob Sr.
Penn State
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Yanming Wang

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Date Created: 11/01/15
Study objectives for Chapter 14 1 What are the sources of high energy electrons in animal and plant cells Figure 14 3 2 Be able to name the basic structures ofmitochondria Figure 148 Slide 4 3 Understand the concepts electron transport chain and oxidative phosphorylation Slide 7 and 8 4 Know how ATP synthase works Figure 1419 Slide 10 Watch the movie in Slide 11 5 Know how the experiment in Slide 12 was performed to show that the spinning of the middle subunit of the ATP synthase 6 Know the basic concepts of reduction potential as stated on Slide 20 7 Know the players in the electron transport chain including three protein complexes and two mediators Slide 23 Know the direction of the electron flow 8 Understand the concepts of photosynthesis catabolic pathway and anabolic pathyway Slide 33 9 Be able to tell the structural differences between mitochondria and chloroplasts Figure 1437 Slide 35 10 What are light reaction and dark reaction Where do they occur Slide 37 11 Know that dark reaction requires both ATP and NADPH Where does the energy or the reducing power come from Slide 38 12 What are the two important reactions occurring during light reaction Slide 42 13 What are the players in photophosphorylation chain Figure 1448 Slide 49 14 What is cyclic photophosphorylation Slide 51


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