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Bio MidTerm

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in a chloroplast the hydrogen ions are pumped from where? from the stroma into the thylakoid space
the enzyme found in c4 plants that initially fixes CO2 PEP Carboxylase
the first reaction of the krebs cycle acetyl CoA binds with oxaloacetate to form citrate
Pyruvate is converted into lactic acid during fermentation for what purpose? to regenerare NAD+
the enzyme needed to join Okasaki fragments DNA ligase
name the 6 main functions of embedded proteins cell to cell communication, attach to cytoskeleton, cell to cell joining, enzyme activity, signal transduction, transport
these nucleotides are purines adenine and guanine
this part of photosynthesis requires NADPH and ATP calvin cycle
the number of NADHs made in the krebs cycle for every 1 glucose molecule 6
3 ways animal cells can take in large materials phagocytosis, pinocytosis, receptor mediated phagocytosis
the percentage of cytosine if 30% of DNA is adenine 20% adenine
this type of molecule is responsible for cell to cell recognition glycolipids
where do light reactions occur in chloroplast? thylakoid membrane
this product of the krebs cycle enters the ETC at a lower energy level FADH2
end products of glycolysis pyruvate, NADH, ATP, water
this process in respiration evolved first glycolysis
this process occurs in both the mitochondria and chloroplasts to produce ATP chemiosmosis
CO2 acceptor in the calvin cycle and needs to be regenerated RuBP
Created by: Basically_Jess