The new tenth edition of Life maintains the balanced experimental coverage of previous editions and has been updated with the latest scientific research, a new contemporary design and cutting-edge teaching and learning support including images, videos, and animations that engage, encourage and support learning and revision.Working with chloroplastsawhich as you will see in Chapter 10 also use the chemiosmotic mechanism to make ... that we have established that the H+ gradient is needed for ATP synthesis, a question remains: How does the enzyme actually make ... F1 consists of six subunits (three each of two polypeptide chains ), arranged like the segments of an orange around a ... This gradient has potential energy, and when H+ diffuses through the channel, the potential energy is converted toanbsp;...
|Title||:||Life: the Science of Biology|
|Author||:||David Sadava, H. Craig Heller, Gordon H. Orians, William K. Purves, David M. Hillis|
|Publisher||:||Palgrave Macmillan - 2013-02-22|