78,79) The mitochondrial electron transport chain
also plays a role in producing testosterone in the Leydig cells.
As the photosynthetic process is turned on and electrons start flowing from PSII acceptors to downstream components of the electron transport chain
the RCIIs reopen.
Such opportunities occur at three sites of the Krebs cycle, enter into the electron transport chain
at a later position, and make only two molecules of ATP.
The control rates are much lower than the NADH-dependent O uptake rates, showing that little of the electron transport chain
capacity was in use.
This leads to formation of acetate and NADH, which are then oxidized by the mitochondrial electron transport chain
ETo/TRo = (1 - VJ)###probability (at t = 0) that a trapped exciton moves an electron into the electron transport chain
CoQ 10 is an important amphipathic chemical that functions in the electron transport chain
Reduced RNA processing inhibited the translation of proteins required to maintain the mitochondrial electron transport chain
that consumes oxygen during cell respiration to produce energy.
Normally the major portion of ATP is produced in aerobic metabolism through the electron transport chain
in the muscle mitochondria.
The electron transport chain
is the major workhorse for creating ATP in living organisms, and yet there are very few ways to clearly illustrate the electron transport chain
in the laboratory.
As mentioned earlier, ethanol metabolism by CYP2E1 and NADH oxidation by the electron transport chain
generate ROS that results in lipid peroxidation.
In the November 2003 Journal of Neuroscience, Emory researchers Tim Greenamyre and Todd Sherer report that rotenone does its damage within the neuron's mitochondria by inhibiting a crucial enzyme in the electron transport chain
known as complex I.