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In the network graph shown in Fig. 2.70, determine the

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In the network graph shown in Fig. 2.70, determine the number of branches and nodes.

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Chapter 9: Cellular Respiration and Fermentation Applications and understanding : Be able to answer the questions in Check Your Understanding' and 'Applying Concepts to New Situations' listed below. Be able to fix omissions and mistakes in a concept map of the energy flow for all life ('The Big Picture' after Chapter 10), including the interconnectedness of photosynthesis and cellular respiration. Be able to indicate the energy conversions, and follow the inputs and outputs (reactants and products) of the energy reactions. For those who do not have ‘The Big Picture: Energy for Life’ in their abbreviated purple textbook, it is available on Titanium. Text: -Figures- 9.1, 9.3, 9.5, 9.7-9.15, 9.17, 9.19, 9.21-9.28 -Summary of Key Concepts -All Concepts & associated Blue T hread checkmarks -Blue Thread questions-all, except evidence for chemiosmosis -Test Your Knowledge-questions 1-6 -Test Your Understanding -questions 1-6. -Applying Concepts to New Situations -questions 1-4 -Vocabulary: Acetyl CoA FADH 2 ADP Feedback inhibition Aerobic Fermentation Alcohol fermentation Glucose Anabolic pathways Glycolysis Anaerobic H 2 ATP High-energy electron ATP synthase Hydrogen Catabolic pathways Inorganic phosphate Cellular respiration Intermembrane space Chemiosmosis Lactic acid fermentation Citric acid (Krebs) cycle Metabolism CO 2 Mitochondrial matrix Complex I NAD+ Complex II NADH Complex III O 2 Complex IV Outer membrane Cytoplasm Oxidation Electron acceptor Oxidative phosphorylation Electron carrier Phosphofructokinase Electron donor Phosphorylation Electron transport chain Proton gradient Energetic coupling Proton-motive force Exergonic Pyruvate Endergonic Reduction Fo subunit Redox reactions F1 subunit Substrate-level phosphorylation FAD Be sure to review Chapter 3, section 5 (Enzyme function) as well: Text: -Summary of Key Concepts - 3 Key & Blue Thread checkmark -Blue Thread questions and activities in text-all in 3.5 1 -Test Your Knowledge-question 5 -Test Your Understanding -questions 3, 5. -Applying Concepts to New Situations -question 2 -Vocabulary: Activation energy Competitive inhibition Active site Enzyme Allosteric regulation Substrate Catalyst Chapter 10: Photosynthesis Applications and understanding : Be able to answer the questions in Check Your Understanding' and 'Applying Concepts to New Situations' listed below. Be able to interpret data from an experiment or pick an appropriate experiment from a list for a given study. You are responsible for the experiments we covered in class: Ch 10: Pulse-chase experiment with the Calvin cycle Be able to fix omissions and mistakes in a concept map of the energy flow for all life ('The Big Picture' after Chapter 10), including the interconnectedness of photosynthesis and cellular respiration. Be able to indicate the energy conversions, and follow the inputs and outputs (reactants and products) of the energy reactions. For those who do not have ‘The Big Picture: Energy for Life’ in their abbreviated purple textbook, it is available on Titanium. Text: -Figures- 10.1, 10.5a, 10.6, 10.11 -10.15, 10.17-10.19, 10.22-10.24 -Experiments: Calvin cycle pulse -chase experiment -Summary of Key Concepts - All Concepts & associated Blue Thread checkmarks -Blue Thread questions -starting with Photosystem II to the end of the chapter. -Test Your Knowledge-questions 1-6 -Test Your Understanding -questions 1-6 -Applying Concepts to New Situations-questions 1-3 -Vocabulary: Antenna complex PEP carboxylase ATP synthase Pheophytin Autotroph (see glossary) Photon CAM plants Photophosphorylation C4 plants Photorespiration Calvin cycle Photosynthesis Chlorophylls Photosystem I Chloroplasts Photosystem II CO 2 Pigments Cyclic photophosphorylation Proton gradient Electron transport chain Proton-motive force Glyceraldehyde 3 -phosphate Reaction center H 2 Ribulose bisphosphate Heterotroph (see glossary) (RuBP) High energy electron Rubisco Lumen Stoma (Stomata) NADP+ Stroma NADPH 3-phosphoglycerate O Thylakoid lumen 2 2 Thylakoid membrane Z scheme Chapter 11: Mitosis Applications and understanding : You are responsible for the experiments we covered in class: Ch 11: Microtubule shortening during anaphase, MPF activity Note that these lectures require previous knowledge of at least cell signaling and the cytoskeleton . Overview items that put together multiple topics: There is a ‘Big Picture’ concept map for genetic information flow after Chapter 18. Chapters 11 and 12 make up the right side of the diagram. 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Chapters 11 and 12 make up the right side of the diagram. Text: Figures & Tables: Tables 12.2 and 12.3, Fig ures 12.2-12.12, 12.14. -Summary of Key Concepts -Keys 1-4 & associated Blue Thread checkmarks -CYU & Blue Thread questions -all in section 12.1 and 12.2 -Test Your Knowledge-questions 1-3, 5-6 -Test Your Understanding -questions 1-6 -Vocabulary: Allele Meiosis Asexual reproduction Meiosis I (all phases) Autosomes Meiosis II (all phases) Centromere Nondisjunction Crossing over Non-sister chromatids Diploid Paternal chromosome Egg Ploidy Fertilization Recombination Gametes Replication Gametogenesis Replicated chromosome Gene Sex chromosome Haploid Sexual reproduction Haploid number Sister chromatids Homologs Sperm Homologous chromosomes Synapsis Independent assortment Tetrad Karyotype Unreplicated chromosome Maternal chromosome Zygote 4

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Textbook: Fundamentals of Electric Circuits
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Author: Charles Alexander
ISBN: 9780073380575

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