Biological energy transduction life depends on constant energy transduction mechanisms in most organisms from prokaryotes to eukaryotes the obtained energy whether from light inorganic or organic compounds is transduced into a transmembrane difference of electrochemical potential across the prokaryotic cytoplasmatic or mitochondrial membranes. Energy transduction in biological membranes 51 introduction two views on the problem of given detailed information on the composition and molecular structure of electron transport chains etc in chloroplasts mitochondria and bacteria all hypotheses concerning the mechanisms of membrane phosphorylation. Energy transduction in biological membranes was primarily designed for graduate courses in bioenergetics not only does it discuss basic principles and concepts central to modern membrane biochemistry biophysics and molecular biology but also 1 the components and pathways for electron transport. Biological membranes o structure ofunction o composition o physicochemical properties o energy transduction membranes 75 internal membranes of mitocondria and apart from some passive transport mechanisms all membrane proteins function in a directed way and their correct insertion in the cell
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