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Lecture 4

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Distinguish between Anabolism and Catabolism and how they are interdependent. (blank)
What is Substrate Phosphrylation & why is it rare in Cell Respiration? (blank)
What are the usual Reactants & Terminal products formed in Cell Respiration? (blank)
What specific Enzymes & Coenzymes are required to remove H from Organic Substrates? (blank)
Chemically speaking, what are the Cytochromes? (blank)
Where are Cytochromes located and what is their function? (blank)
Describe the transfer of H+ and e- through the ETS beginning with NADH. (blank)
Explain how ATP is Phospholated at 3 points in the Cytochome System. (blank)
Describe the origin of the e-, H+ and O2 which form the H2O terminal product of the ETS. (blank)
Created by: Kristel