Life: the Science of Biology

Life: the Science of Biology

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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 chloroplastsa€”which 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


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