Flashcards in Molecular Biology - Metabolism, Cell respiration and Photosynthesis Deck (41)
Where does the calvin cycle take place?
What is the point of regeneration?
to create RuB
What are the 3 phases of the Calvin cycle?
Carbon Fixation, Reduction, Regeneration,
What are the 3 fates of pyruvate?
What is PFK?
What is the equation for cellular respiration?
Where does cellular respiration occur?
What do you have to add to atp to get the bond to break?
What is a nucleotide?
Nitrogenous base, sugar, phosphate
What are the 5 nitrogenous bases?
What enzyme uses ATP to make energy?
Using redox reactions, what does it need to make ATP?
What are coenzymes?
electron carriers, NAD+ (can accept 1 proton, 2 electrons), FAD (2 protons, 2 electrons)
What is an inhibitor?
Competitive inhibitor fills enzyme, Non-Competitive changes allosteric site
Where does glycolysis occur?
How many ATP does Glycolysis make?
How many ATP are made in the electron transport chain?
What are the 2 phases of glycolysis?
Energy investment, energy payoff,
What is the cyclic electron flow?
There is enough NADPH in the cell, so instead it makes ATP in the electron transport chain
What are the 3 phases of cellular respiration?
Glycolysis, Kreb's cycle, Electron transport chain,
What is the final product of glycolysis?
What is the point of the Kreb's cycle?
Create FAD, NADH and CO2
What are the two main products of the electron transport chain?
What is the coenzyme / electron carrier for glycolysis?
How many ATP gets made in energy investment?
How many ATP gets made in energy payoff?
What is PFK for?
an enzyme, inhibited by citric acid and ATP
What do you need PFK for?
What are the isomers during glycolysis?