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... they are "recycled" glycolysis Krebs cycle the respiratory chain oxidative phosphorylation vs. substrate phosphorylation chemiosmotic theory alcoholic fermentation and lactic acid fermentation connection of the respiratory pathways with other metabolic pathways in the ...
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Botany online - The Internet Hypertextbook: Contents
... Pathways, and Finally Cells Come into Being? The Evolution of Energy-Converting Processes: Photosynthesis, The Respiratory Chain - Procaryotes and Eucaryotes - Diversification The Plant Kingdom: An Overview Systematik und Taxonomie: Methoden und Regeln ...
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Botany online: The Cell's Basic Metabolism
... ) Glycolysis and the Citric Acid Cycle Electron Transport and Oxidative Phosphorylation: the Respiratory Chain Biosyntheses: Amino Acids One Gene - One Enzyme - One Reaction Biosyntheses: Porphyrins Biosyntheses: ... of biosynthetic pathways start here) and to feed protons into the respiratory chain. The respiratory chain establishes a connection between the break-down of molecules and the production ...
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Photosynthesis - Other Approaches
... These organisms make so much ATP through chemosynthesis that they can drive the electron transport chain backwards to generate NADH. This NADH provides the reducing power needed to synthesize carbon ... transport chain. It is important to note that these organisms still incorporate their carbon into the Krebs Cycle for processing into amino acids, nucleic acids, and sugars. The respiratory pathway ...
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This is Local London | CommuniGate | Friends or Foe
... species. All wasps are eaten by other species, thereby providing many links in the food chain. Many parasitic wasps have been cultured and used in the biological control of agricultural pests ... are characterised by a flattended body, fused abdominal segments and seven pairs of legs. The respiratory organs are completely enfolded by perforated plates. Also known as sowbugs they are common in ...
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Paghat's Garden: Sedum acre var. aurea 'Goldmoss'
... Bird's Bread. It's also known as Jack-of-the-Buttery, Golden Carpet, & Gold Chain for its flowers, & has such miscellaneous names as Small Houseleak, Mossy Stonecrop, & Creeping Tom. ... Icelandic herbal recommended S. acre (by the name "helluhnori") as a cure for jaundice, gallstones, & respiratory illness. Throughout its extensive range it was used medicinally to treat many serious ailments, such ...
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