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Question: Osmosis is net movement of water from areas ofsolute concentration to aroas of olute concentratio…


Osmosis is net movement of water from areas ofsolute concentration to aroas of olute concentration. Water flows from high water potential, whore there ite co solute concentration and pressure, to low water potential, where there is solute concentration and tails in the The phospholipid bilayer isa double layer with and heads on the During the membrane allow molecules to pass freely to areas of low concentration. energy is used by proteins to move molecules During against their concentration gradient through a cells membrane. The bonds in the substrate slightly altering its shape. of an enzyme bonds the substrate and interacts with the is needed to destabilize existing bonds and form the transition state. Enzymes lower the amount needed molecules structurally similar to the substrate During bind an enzymes active site During allosteric regulation, binding to the allosteric site changes the ATP sin its chemical bonds occurs in the cytoplasm, creating ATP and NADH occurs when there is no oxygen. During aerobic respiration loses enters the Krebs/Citric Acid Cycle, where it and are produced and give electrons to the electron transport chain. is the final electron acceptor in the electron transport chain. The electron transport chain pumps protons out of the mitochondrial matrix, energy from the proton concentration gradient across the inner mitochondrial membrane is harnessed to create

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Osmosis is net movement of water from areas ofsolute concentration to aroas of olute concentration. Water flows from high water potential, whore there ite co solute concentration and pressure, to low water potential, where there is solute concentration and tails in the The phospholipid bilayer isa double layer with and heads on the During the membrane allow molecules to pass freely to areas of low concentration. energy is used by proteins to move molecules During against their concentration gradient through a cell's membrane. The bonds in the substrate slightly altering its shape. of an enzyme bonds the substrate and interacts with the is needed to destabilize existing bonds and form the transition state. Enzymes lower the amount needed molecules structurally similar to the substrate During bind an enzymes active site During allosteric regulation, binding to the allosteric site changes the ATP sin its chemical bonds occurs in the cytoplasm, creating ATP and NADH occurs when there is no oxygen. During aerobic respiration loses enters the Krebs/Citric Acid Cycle, where it and are produced and give electrons to the electron transport chain. is the final electron acceptor in the electron transport chain. The electron transport chain pumps protons out of the mitochondrial matrix, energy from the proton concentration gradient across the inner mitochondrial membrane is harnessed to create

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