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Chapter 7 (Energy and Metabolism) and Chapter 8 (Cellular Respiration)
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Anything that has mass and takes up space
The capacity to do work and change in state or motion of matter
Capacity to do work as a result of position or state
Energy of motion is used, work is performed
Potential energy stored in chemical bonds
The compound that contains the most energy
During chemiosmosis _______are transferred from NADH and FADH2 to electron acceptor molecules, and energy released is used to create a _______ gradient across mitochondrial membrane
As entropy increases the amount of free energy decreases
The equation G=H-TS predicts:
Mitochondia, Acetyl Coenzyme A
If conditions are aerobic, pyruvate flows directly into the _______where some of its atoms are converted next to _______
Energy stored within the molecules of ATP is in the form of what kind of energy?
Which refers to an organic, nonpolypeptide compound that binds to apoenzyme and serves as a cofactor?
The substance on which an enzyme acts
XH2+NAD=X + NADH + H in the preceding equation, NAD+ is said to be
The transfer of electrons from one compound to another is equivalent to ______ transfer.
The step in aerobic respiration, also called the citric acid cycle. Occurs in the cavities of mitochondrion
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