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Chemiosmosis is the diffusion of ions across a selectively-permeable membrane. More specifically, it relates to the generation of ATP by the movement of hydrogen ions across a membrane during cellular respiration.
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chemiosmosis A process in which a proton gradient across a mitochondrial membrane and ATP synthesis pump metabolites across a
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Chemiosmosis is central to the metabolism of many types of cells: a methane ... In each of these situations, chemiosmosis is the process that allows the cell to ...
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Chemiosmosis is the process of diffusion of ions (usually H+ ions, also known as ... As in osmosis, chemiosmosis leads to a concentration gradient of the diffusing ...
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Chemiosmosis is the diffusion of ions across a membrane. ... The generation of ATP by chemiosmosis occurs in chloroplasts and mitochondria as ...
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1. Mitochondrial Chemiosmosis--- The complete breakdown of ... The Main Point: Chemiosmosis is the diffusion of ions across a membrane. ...
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Animation illustrating the development of proton motive force as a result of chemiosmosis. ... ATP production by chemiosmosis during aerobic respiration. ...
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Chemiosmosis is the diffusion of ions across a selectively-permeable membrane. ... In all cells, chemiosmosis involves the proton-motive force (PMF) in some step. ...
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Chemiosmosis. Energy yield for aerobic respiration. Overview of photosynthesis ... chemiosmosis. in 1961 to describe the way in which ... chemiosmosis ...
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Chemiosmosis. ATP is produced in the chloroplast by Chemiosmosis. Chemiosmosis requires a phospholipid bilayer, a proton pump, protons and ATPase. ...
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Cristae (singular crista) are the internal compartments formed by the inner ... As a result, chemiosmosis occurs, producing ATP from ADP and a phosphate group ...
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A plant that uses the Calvin cycle for the initial steps that incorporate CO2 ... The set of reactions by which some ... chemiosmosis (kee-mee-os-moh-sis) ...
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Encyclopedia article about Chemiosmosis. Information about Chemiosmosis in the Columbia Encyclopedia, Computer Desktop Encyclopedia, computing dictionary.
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posted to chemiosmosis coupling localised pmf by dbk to the group streptomyces ... posted to chemiosmosis methods pmf by dbk to the group streptomyces on 2004-11 ...
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Includes illustrated information on the nature of light, the chemistry of ... Chemiosmosis as it operates in photophosphorylation within a chloroplast. ...
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... in chemiosmosis? 23. How many ATP molecules are produced in chemiosmosis? ... Aerobic Anaerobic Cellular respiration Chemiosmosis Citric acid cycle Electron ...
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Glucose contains energy that can be ... The electron transport system and chemiosmosis ... Via chemiosmosis, ATP is produced. Reaction types. Dehydrogenation ...
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