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In respiration, there is a series of drops in free energy between glucose, the
starting material, and the metabolic wastes at the end (carbon dioxide and water).
The overall process never reaches equilibrium as long as the organism lives.
Figure 17.16 Regulation of a metabolic pathway (a) Regulation of GENE
EXPRESSlON Precursor Gene 1 > Enzyme 1 X Gene 2 > Enzyme 2 Gene 3 >
Enzyme 3 Gene 4 /Enzyme 4 Gene 5 > Enzyme 5 — — v s (b) Regulation OF
Figure 38.26 Oxygen dissociation curves for hemoglobin r 0 NA NA 10 Tissues
Tissues during at rest exercise Pq9 (mm Hg) Lungs O2 unloaded from
hemoglobin during normal metabolism O2 reserve that can be unloaded from
hemoglobin to ...
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2b The HersheyChase experiment
9b A transposon that affects flower color
a hypothetical phylogeny continued
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