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Chapter 6 Opener. Figure 6.1 The Concept of Coupling Reactions. Figure 6.1 The Concept of Coupling Reactions. Figure 6.2 ATP. Figure 6.2 ATP. In-Text Art, Ch. 6, p. 102 (1). Figure 6.3 Oxidation, Reduction, and Energy. In-Text Art, Ch. 6, p. 102 (2). In-Text Art, Ch. 6, p. 102 (2).

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Chapter 6 opener

Chapter 6 Opener


Figure 6 1 the concept of coupling reactions

Figure 6.1 The Concept of Coupling Reactions


Figure 6 1 the concept of coupling reactions1

Figure 6.1 The Concept of Coupling Reactions


Figure 6 2 atp

Figure 6.2 ATP


Figure 6 2 atp1

Figure 6.2 ATP


In text art ch 6 p 102 1

In-Text Art, Ch. 6, p. 102 (1)


Figure 6 3 oxidation reduction and energy

Figure 6.3 Oxidation, Reduction, and Energy


In text art ch 6 p 102 2

In-Text Art, Ch. 6, p. 102 (2)


In text art ch 6 p 102 21

In-Text Art, Ch. 6, p. 102 (2)


Figure 6 4 nad nadh is an electron carrier in redox reactions

Figure 6.4 NAD+/NADH Is an Electron Carrier in Redox Reactions


Figure 6 4 nad nadh is an electron carrier in redox reactions1

Figure 6.4 NAD+/NADH Is an Electron Carrier in Redox Reactions


Figure 6 4 nad nadh is an electron carrier in redox reactions part 1

Figure 6.4 NAD+/NADH Is an Electron Carrier in Redox Reactions (Part 1)


Figure 6 4 nad nadh is an electron carrier in redox reactions part 2

Figure 6.4 NAD+/NADH Is an Electron Carrier in Redox Reactions (Part 2)


Figure 6 5 chemiosmosis

Figure 6.5 Chemiosmosis


Figure 6 5 chemiosmosis1

Figure 6.5 Chemiosmosis


Figure 6 5 chemiosmosis part 1

Figure 6.5 Chemiosmosis (Part 1)


Figure 6 5 chemiosmosis part 2

Figure 6.5 Chemiosmosis (Part 2)


Figure 6 6 an experiment demonstrates the chemiosmotic mechanism

Figure 6.6 An Experiment Demonstrates the Chemiosmotic Mechanism


Figure 6 6 an experiment demonstrates the chemiosmotic mechanism1

Figure 6.6 An Experiment Demonstrates the Chemiosmotic Mechanism


Figure 6 6 an experiment demonstrates the chemiosmotic mechanism part 1

Figure 6.6 An Experiment Demonstrates the Chemiosmotic Mechanism (Part 1)


Figure 6 6 an experiment demonstrates the chemiosmotic mechanism part 2

Figure 6.6 An Experiment Demonstrates the Chemiosmotic Mechanism (Part 2)


Figure 6 7 atp reduced coenzymes and metabolism

Figure 6.7 ATP, Reduced Coenzymes, and Metabolism


Figure 6 7 atp reduced coenzymes and metabolism1

Figure 6.7 ATP, Reduced Coenzymes, and Metabolism


Figure 6 8 energy metabolism occurs in small steps

Figure 6.8 Energy Metabolism Occurs in Small Steps


Figure 6 8 energy metabolism occurs in small steps1

Figure 6.8 Energy Metabolism Occurs in Small Steps


Figure 6 9 energy releasing metabolic pathways

Figure 6.9 Energy-Releasing Metabolic Pathways


In text art ch 6 p 107

In-Text Art, Ch. 6, p. 107


Figure 6 10 glycolysis converts glucose into pyruvate

Figure 6.10 Glycolysis Converts Glucose into Pyruvate


Figure 6 10 glycolysis converts glucose into pyruvate1

Figure 6.10 Glycolysis Converts Glucose into Pyruvate


Figure 6 10 glycolysis converts glucose into pyruvate part 1

Figure 6.10 Glycolysis Converts Glucose into Pyruvate (Part 1)


Figure 6 10 glycolysis converts glucose into pyruvate part 2

Figure 6.10 Glycolysis Converts Glucose into Pyruvate (Part 2)


Figure 6 10 glycolysis converts glucose into pyruvate part 3

Figure 6.10 Glycolysis Converts Glucose into Pyruvate (Part 3)


In text art ch 6 p 108 1

In-Text Art, Ch. 6, p. 108 (1)


In text art ch 6 p 108 2

In-Text Art, Ch. 6, p. 108 (2)


Figure 6 11 the citric acid cycle

Figure 6.11 The Citric Acid Cycle


Figure 6 11 the citric acid cycle1

Figure 6.11 The Citric Acid Cycle


Figure 6 12 electron transport and atp synthesis in mitochondria

Figure 6.12 Electron Transport and ATP Synthesis in Mitochondria


Figure 6 12 electron transport and atp synthesis in mitochondria1

Figure 6.12 Electron Transport and ATP Synthesis in Mitochondria


Apply the concept ch 6 p 109

Apply the Concept, Ch. 6, p. 109


Figure 6 13 fermentation

Figure 6.13 Fermentation


Figure 6 13 fermentation part 1

Figure 6.13 Fermentation (Part 1)


Figure 6 13 fermentation part 2

Figure 6.13 Fermentation (Part 2)


Figure 6 14 relationships among the major metabolic pathways of the cell

Figure 6.14 Relationships among the Major Metabolic Pathways of the Cell


Figure 6 15 an overview of photosynthesis

Figure 6.15 An Overview of Photosynthesis


Figure 6 16 the electromagnetic spectrum

Figure 6.16 The Electromagnetic Spectrum


Figure 6 16 the electromagnetic spectrum1

Figure 6.16 The Electromagnetic Spectrum


In text art ch 6 p 114

In-Text Art, Ch. 6, p. 114


Figure 6 17 absorption and action spectra

Figure 6.17 Absorption and Action Spectra


Figure 6 17 absorption and action spectra1

Figure 6.17 Absorption and Action Spectra


Figure 6 18 the molecular structure of chlorophyll

Figure 6.18 The Molecular Structure of Chlorophyll


Figure 6 18 the molecular structure of chlorophyll1

Figure 6.18 The Molecular Structure of Chlorophyll


Figure 6 18 the molecular structure of chlorophyll part 1

Figure 6.18 The Molecular Structure of Chlorophyll (Part 1)


Figure 6 18 the molecular structure of chlorophyll part 2

Figure 6.18 The Molecular Structure of Chlorophyll (Part 2)


Figure 6 19 noncyclic electron transport uses two photosystems

Figure 6.19 Noncyclic Electron Transport Uses Two Photosystems


Figure 6 19 noncyclic electron transport uses two photosystems1

Figure 6.19 Noncyclic Electron Transport Uses Two Photosystems


Apply the concept ch 6 p 117

Apply the Concept, Ch. 6, p. 117


Figure 6 20 cyclic electron transport traps light energy as atp

Figure 6.20 Cyclic Electron Transport Traps Light Energy as ATP


Figure 6 20 cyclic electron transport traps light energy as atp1

Figure 6.20 Cyclic Electron Transport Traps Light Energy as ATP


Figure 6 21 the calvin cycle

Figure 6.21 The Calvin Cycle


Figure 6 21 the calvin cycle1

Figure 6.21 The Calvin Cycle


Figure 6 22 rubp is the carbon dioxide acceptor

Figure 6.22 RuBP Is the Carbon Dioxide Acceptor


Figure 6 22 rubp is the carbon dioxide acceptor1

Figure 6.22 RuBP Is the Carbon Dioxide Acceptor


In text art ch 6 p 119

In-Text Art, Ch. 6, p. 119


Figure 6 23 products of glucose metabolism

Figure 6.23 Products of Glucose Metabolism


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