Glossary of ETC
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- what are the electron carriers on Complex 1
- FMN, Fe/S groups
- what are the electron carriers on complex 2?
- FAD, Fe/S
- What are the Prosthetic groups on Complex 3?
- Cyt C, C1, BL, BH, and an Fe/S
- what are the electron carriers on Complex 4?
- HemeA/HemeA3, CuA, CuB
- What are the names oxidized/reduced Coenzyme Q called?
- What are the reduced/oxidized forms of Flavin Proteins?
- What are hte redox forms of Cu
- What are the redox forms of Fe?
- how many ATP per NADH?
- How many ATP per FADH2?
- How many NADH generated by Glycolysis?
- How do the 2 NADH from oxidation f G3P in glycolysis get to the ETC?
- NADH shuttle via Dihydroxyacetone Phosphate and then FAD. Enters Chain at Complex 3. This NADH then yields 1.5, not 2.5 ATP because it's actually via FADH2.
- What is the Glycerol Phosphate Shuttle?
- The shuttle that takes the NADH generated by G3P oxidation to FADH2 and then to Complex 3.
- What are the two enzymes used in the glycerol phosphate shuttle?
- Cytosolic Glycerol Phosphate Dehydrogenase
Mitochondrial Glycerol Phosphate Dehydrogenase.
- What are the reduced cofactors generated by GLYCOLYSIS
- 2 NADH, but really 2 FADH2.
- What are the reduced cofactors generated by the CAC?
- 6 NADH
- how many molecules of ATP per:
-Acetyl Coenzyme A
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