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ELECTRON TRANSPORT CHAIN The cells of almost all eukaryotes (animals, plants, fungi, algae, protozoa – in other words, the living things except bacteria) contain intracellular organelles called mitochondria, which produce ATP. Energy sources such as glucose are initially metabolized in the...

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Electron transport chain. The cells of almost all eukaryotes (animals, plants, fungi, algae, protozoa – in other words, the living things except bacteria) contain intracellular organelles called mitochondria, which produce ATP. Slideshow...

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Electron Transport Chain • As the electrons move from molecule to molecule in the ETC they occupy more stable positions relative to the nuclei of the atoms they associate with • The energy released in the process is used to move protons (H+ ions) from the mitochondrial matrix into the intermembrane space .

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mechanism by which electrons are passed along a series of carrier molecules, releasing energy for the synthesis of ATP. Electron transport chain ppt BIOCHEMISTRY. 1. {OR RESPIRATORY CHAIN Dr Vijay Marakala Assistant professor Biochemistry SIMS&RC.

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Electron Transport Chain. Review. Glycolysis & the Krebs Cycle only produce 4 ATP/glucose Most of the energy from glucose is stored in NADH or FADH 2. Location. The Electron Transport Chain (ETC) takes place along the Inner Mitochondrial Membrane.

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An electron transport chain is a group of protein complexes and electron carrier molecules that produce energy in the form of ATP.

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