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General Biology (BIO 181): Exam 2 Review LECTURE 7 - Cell Respiration + Fermentation

LECTURE 7 - Cell Respiration + Fermentation What is the relationship between glucose and ATP production? What is cellular respiration? What is the difference between anaerobic and aerobic respiration? Equation for glucose oxidation - hWhat are the four major steps of aerobic respiration? What is substrate-level phosphorylation? What is the oxidative phosphorylation? Which produces the majority of the ATP? Substrate-level phosphorylation or Oxidative phosphorylation? How does the ETC produce H+ gradient? What occurs in the ETC and what are its major components? What is ATP synthase? How does it work? What is fermentation? Two examples of fermentation from class? Why is fermentation less efficient than respiration? LECTURE 8 - Photosynthesis What is the relationship between aerobic respiration and photosynthesis? What does Photosystem I produce? What does Photosystem II produce? What does the Calvin Cycle produce? Where in the chloroplasts do photosystem I, photosystem II and the calvin cycle take place? What are the structures and functions of chlorophylls and carotenoids? How are the different photosystems arranged? - What is the Z-scheme model? What is cyclic electron flow? What is the Calvin cycle? Know its three major phases What is the function of pheophytin? What is the function of plastoquinone? What is the function of ferredoxin? What is the function of plastocyanin? What is the function of rubisco? What is the function of PEP carboxylase? What are C4 and CAM plants? ..........................................CONTINUED......................................................

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