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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


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)


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 Reactions (Part 1)


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 Chemiosmosis (Part 1)


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 Mechanism (Part 1)


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 6.8 Energy Metabolism Occurs in Small Steps


Figure 6.8 Energy Metabolism Occurs in Small Steps


Figure 6.9 Energy-Releasing Metabolic Pathways


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 Pyruvate (Part 1)


Figure 6.10 Glycolysis Converts Glucose into Pyruvate (Part 2)


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 (2)


Figure 6.11 The Citric Acid Cycle


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


Apply the Concept, Ch. 6, p. 109


Figure 6.13 Fermentation


Figure 6.13 Fermentation (Part 1)


Figure 6.13 Fermentation (Part 2)


Figure 6.14 Relationships among the Major Metabolic Pathways of the Cell


Figure 6.15 An Overview of Photosynthesis


Figure 6.16 The Electromagnetic Spectrum


Figure 6.16 The Electromagnetic Spectrum


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


Figure 6.17 Absorption and Action Spectra


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 Chlorophyll (Part 1)


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


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 6.21 The Calvin Cycle


Figure 6.21 The Calvin Cycle


Figure 6.22 RuBP Is the Carbon Dioxide Acceptor


Figure 6.22 RuBP Is the Carbon Dioxide Acceptor


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


Figure 6.23 Products of Glucose Metabolism


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