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Chemiosmotic coupling and energy transduction.

Peter Dennis Mitchell

Chemiosmotic coupling and energy transduction.

by Peter Dennis Mitchell

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Published by Glynn Research in Bodmin (Cornwall) .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Biological transport.,
  • Osmosis.

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography: p. 107-111.

    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQH615 .M56
    The Physical Object
    Paginationvi, 111 p.
    Number of Pages111
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5724003M
    ISBN 100950067504
    LC Control Number70441598
    OCLC/WorldCa57414

    The Development of Bioenergetics.- Chemiosmotic Coupling in Energy Transduction: A Logical Development of Biochemical Knowledge.- Solution of the Problem of Energy Coupling in Terms of Chemiosmotic Theory.- A Model of Membrane Biogenesis.- Energy Transduction in the Functional Membrane of Photosynthesis: Results by Pulse Spectroscopic Methods   Yet how chemiosmotic coupling first arose, and its significance in evolutionary terms, is far from solved. With a few exceptions [5–7] these evolutionary aspects of chemiosmotic coupling received little attention, despite Mitchell himself having published a fine paper on vectorial chemistry in relation to the origin of life in The tide.

    Sort by: Popularity. Chemiosmotic coupling and energy transduction Jan 1, by Peter Dennis Mitchell. Paperback. Out of Print--Limited g: energy transduction. Beyond the Chemiosmotic Theory: Analysis of Key Fundamental Aspects of Energy Coupling in Oxidative Phosphorylation in the Light of a Torsional Mechanism of Energy Transduction and .

      Extensively revised, the fourth edition of this highly successful book takes into account the many newly determined protein structures that provide molecular insight into chemiosmotic energy transduction, as well as reviewing the explosive advances in 'mitochondrial physiology'-the role of the mitochondria in the life and death of the s:   4 NOVEL TWO‐ION THEORY OF ENERGY COUPLING IN ATP SYNTHESIS. According to Mitchell's chemiosmotic theory, 25 a delocalized electrical potential across bulk aqueous phases is an essential intermediate that is communicated far away and its energy used by the F O ‐nanomotor to synthesize ATP by retro proton translocation. However, physiological.


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Find more information about: ISBN: OCLC Number: Mitchell P. () Chemiosmotic Coupling in Energy Transduction: A Logical Development of Biochemical Knowledge. In: Avery J. (eds) Membrane Structure and Mechanisms of Biological Energy by: Abstract.

The role of ion gradients in the storage of the metabolic energy of cells had not been fully recognized until, in his classical proposal of chemiosmotic energy transduction, P. MITCHELL advanced the idea that the formation, or the dissipation of ionic gradients could be reversibly coupled to group transfer reactions [1–4].Cited by: 1.

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 Edition: 1.

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ebook access is temporary and does not include ownership of the ebook. Only valid for books with an ebook version. Chemiosmotic coupling in energy transduction: A logical development of biochemical knowledge Peter Mitchell 1 Journal of bioenergetics volume 3, pages 5 – 24 () Cite this article.

book was put on sale at 7/- or $.1 to libraries and pro P. Mitchell, Chemiosmotic Coupling and Energy Transduction, Glynn Research Ltd., Bodmin, Peter R. Rich. Solution of the Problem of Energy Coupling in Terms of Chemiosmotic Theory. Skulachev. Pages A Model of Membrane Biogenesis.

Alexander Tzagoloff. Pages Energy Transduction in the Functional Membrane of Photosynthesis Results by Pulse Spectroscopic Methods. Witt. The chemiosmotic theory of energy coupling was proposed by Mitchell more than 50 years ago but has a contentious history.

Part of the accumulated body of experimental evidence supports Mitchell’s theory, and part of the evidence conflicts with the theory. Nath S. Beyond the chemiosmotic theory: Analysis of key fundamental aspects of energy coupling in oxidative phosphorylation in the light of a torsional mechanism of energy transduction and ATP synthesis - Invited review part 2.

J Bioenerg Biomemb ; DOI: /s   This chapter discusses the chemiosmotic theory, the morphology of energy-transducing organelles, and Mitchell's postulates.

Although some ATP synthesis is catalyzed by soluble enzyme systems, by far the largest proportion is associated with membrane-bound enzyme complexes that are restricted to a particular class of membrane.

Commentary. A central responsibility of the membranes of mitochondria, thylakoids and bacteria is energy transduction. Thus, the inner mitochondrial membrane and the cytoplasmic membranes of most species of bacteria have components that catalyze the energetically downhill flow of electrons, which in turn is coupled to the synthesis of ATP and the powering of other endergonic.

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 chapter focuses on the “proton circuit,” that links the generators and utilizers of proton electrochemical potential in the chemiosmotic scheme. Energy-conserving (or energy-transducing) membranes possess the two classes of proton-pumping complex that are together required for the transduction of respiratory or photosynthetic energy into energy stored as ATP, or more precisely in the form of a displacement of the reactants and products of the ATPase reaction.

An evolutionary scheme for the origin of chemiosmotic coupling of redox reactions and ATP synthesis is proposed. It is argued that the primitive heterotroph, which generated ATP by substrate level phosphorylation, used some of this ATP in active proton extrusion to regulate cytoplasmic pH.

Chemiosmotic Energy Transduction. In book: Bioenergetics, pp Therefore, ATP generation results from a chemomechanical coupling mechanism. Chemiosmotic Coupling and Energy Transduction ("Second Book", ) Vectorial Chemistry and the Molecular Mechanics of Chemiosmotic Couplig: Power Transmission by Proticity () David Keilin's Respiratory Chain Concept and Its Chemiosmotic Consequences (Nobel lecture, ) * * *.

Vectorial chemistry and the molecular mechanisms of chemiosmotic coupling: power transmission by proticity Biochemical Society Transactions, 4, – Reversible redox energy coupling in electron transfer chains. Nature,– Pardee, G. S Energy transduction in chloroplasts.

Annual Review of Biochemistry, 49, – Beyond the Chemiosmotic Theory: Analysis of Key Fundamental Aspects of Energy Coupling in Oxidative Phosphorylation in the Light of a Torsional Mechanism of Energy Transduction and ATP Synthesis—Invited Review Part 2.

Journal of Bioenergetics and Biomembranes42 (4), A proposed mechanism for energy conservation during Fe 2+ oxidation by Thiobacillus ferro-oxidans: Chemiosmotic coupling to net H + influx W. John Ingledew. Department of Biochemistry, University of Dundee, Dundee DD1 4HN, Scotland.

Chemiosmotic Coupling and Energy Transduction. Beyond the Chemiosmotic Theory: Analysis of Key Fundamental Aspects of Energy Coupling in Oxidative Phosphorylation in the Light of a Torsional Mechanism of Energy Transduction and ATP Synthesis—Invited Review Part 2. Journal of Bioenergetics and Biomembranes42 (4), DOI: /sRecent measurements show that the proton movements of chemiosmotic energy coupling may occur preferentially by localized movements along membrane surfaces.

Commentary. A central responsibility of the membranes of mitochondria, thylakoids and bacteria is energy transduction. Thus, the inner mitochondrial membrane and the cytoplasmic membranes of.

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.