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Connecting Concepts: Cell Biology/Chemiosmosis 2: Chemiosmosis in Eukaryotic Cells

Students construct chemiosmosis pathways in mitochondria and chloroplasts. Students will: 1) select the correct components (electron donor and acceptor, ETC, ATP synthase) and place them in the appropriate subcellular location; 2) apply concepts about redox reactions, concentration gradients, and energetics to explain how chemiosmosis fits in a cell’s overall metabolism; and 3) summarize properties of chemiosmosis in organelles and Parcoccus denitificans.


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Marty Zahn
Marty Zahn (Retired Faculty)
8 years ago

Part two of three excellent interactive exercises that investigate the concept of speciation. Students are required to draw conclusions from information and data provided. This is a very difficult concept for students. Very well organized and well written.

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