Bioenergetics 2

by David G. Nicholls, Stuart J. Ferguson

Elsevier Science | June 28, 2014 | Kobo Edition (eBook)

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Bioenergetics 2 aims to clarify topics such as the thermodynamics of bioenergetic processes and the stoichiometries of energy coupling reactions. The book discusses chemiosmotic energy transduction; ion transport across energy-conserving membranes; and quantitative bioenergenetics as the measurement of driving forces. The text also describes the chemiosmotic proton circuit; the respiratory chain; the photosynthetic generators of protonmotive force; and the ATP synthase. The secondary transport of products across the membrane, as well as the structures of the bacterial photosynthetic reaction center and bacteriorhodopsin are also considered. Biochemists will find the book invaluable.

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Published: June 28, 2014

Publisher: Elsevier Science

Language: English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10: 1483214206

ISBN - 13: 9781483214207

Found in: Science and Nature

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Bioenergetics 2

by David G. Nicholls, Stuart J. Ferguson

Format: Kobo Edition (eBook)

Published: June 28, 2014

Publisher: Elsevier Science

Language: English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10: 1483214206

ISBN - 13: 9781483214207

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Bioenergetics 2 aims to clarify topics such as the thermodynamics of bioenergetic processes and the stoichiometries of energy coupling reactions. The book discusses chemiosmotic energy transduction; ion transport across energy-conserving membranes; and quantitative bioenergenetics as the measurement of driving forces. The text also describes the chemiosmotic proton circuit; the respiratory chain; the photosynthetic generators of protonmotive force; and the ATP synthase. The secondary transport of products across the membrane, as well as the structures of the bacterial photosynthetic reaction center and bacteriorhodopsin are also considered. Biochemists will find the book invaluable.