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ETC Phosphorylation? Substrate level
CHemisomotic Theory Proton gradient drives ATP synthesis
Flavoprotiens FMN or FDN 2 e trans
Coenzyme Q "ubiquinone" one or two e trans
Cytochromes Fe Heme groups 1 e trans "C is important and not memebrane associated"
Iron Sulfate Fe-S 1 e trans
Protien bound Copper Cu 1 e trans
Complex 1 NADH Dehydrogenase transfers NADH protons to UQ "coenzyme Q" 4 protons and 2 e transfered
Complex 2 Succinate dehydrogenase succinate protons to UQ 2 e transfered
Complex 3 UQ-cytochrome oxidoreductase UQH2 protons to cytochrome c to reduce it 2 H+ in 4 out to inter membrane
Complex 4 Cytochrome c oxidase uses the cytochrome to reduce O2 to H2O 2 H+ are trans ported across
ATP symthesis? ATP synthase involves a rotar as H+ go across membrane it rotates making 3 ATP a rotation rotation to H+ ratio depends on carbon subunits in rotar base
Uncouplers? dissipates proton gradient stoping ATP production good for hibernation and weight loss if you wanna die
Transportase? transports ATP and ADP costs 1 H+ so over all its 4 to make 1 ATP
Glyerol Phosphate vs Malate Aspartate 32 atp per glucose vs 34.2
Substrate level phosphorlyation? big wang ATP
Created by: smithd31