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Module 11 Set 1

total of all chemical reactions occurring in cell metabolism
breakdown of larger, more complex molecules into smaller, simpler ones; energy is released and some is trapped and made available for work catabolism
synthesis of complex molecules from simpler ones with the input of energy anabolism
most respiration involves use of an electron transport chain
in _____, final electron acceptor is oxygen aerobic respiration
in _____, final electron acceptor is different exogenous acceptor such as NO3-, SO42-, CO2, Fe3+ or SeO4(2-); organic acceptors may also be used anaerobic respiration
as electrons pass through the electron transport chain to the final electron acceptor, a _________ is generated and used to synthesize ATP proton motive force
Use inorganic electron source, can be aerobic or anaerobic organism (mostly aerobic) Chemolithotroph
uses an endogenous electron acceptor fermentation
usually an intermediate of the pathway used to oxidize the organic energy source e.g., pyruvate endogenous electron acceptor
does NOT involve the use of an electron transport chain nor the generation of a proton motive force fermentation
in fermentation ATP is synthesized only by substrate-level phosphorylation
what stage of aerobic catabolism does large molecules (polymers)->small molecules (monomers) 1st stage
what stage of aerobic catabolism does initial oxidation and degradation to pyruvate 2nd stage
what stage of aerobic catabolism oxidation and degradation of pyruvate by the tricarboxylic acid cycle (TCA cycle) 3rd stage
Created by: Whereis_raye