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Membrane Structure and Mechanisms of Biological Energy Transduction

Author: J Avery
Publisher: Boston, MA : Springer US, 1974.
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A: Mechanisms of Biological Energy Transduction.- 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.- Toward a Theory of  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: Printed edition:
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: J Avery
ISBN: 9781468420166 146842016X 9781468420180 1468420186
OCLC Number: 840287858
Description: 1 online resource
Contents: A: Mechanisms of Biological Energy Transduction --
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 --
Toward a Theory of Muscle Contraction --
Bioenergetics of Nerve Excitation --
An Analytical Appraisal of Energy Transduction Mechanisms --
Oxidative Phosphorylation, A History of Unsuccessful Attempts: Is It Only An Experimental Problem? --
On the Coupling of Electron Transport to Phosphorylation --
Functional Organization of Intramembrane Particles of Mitochondrial Inner Membranes --
On Energy Conservation and Transfer in Mitochondria --
An Enzymological Approach to Mitochondrial Energy Transduction --
ATP Synthesis in Oxidative Phosphorylation: A Direct-Union Stereochemical Reaction Mechanism --
The Electromechanochemical Model of Mitochondrial Structure and Function --
B: Membrane Structure --
The Relationship of the (Na+ + K+)-Activated Enzyme System to Transport of Sodium and Potassium Across the Cell Membrane --
On the Meaning of Effects of Substrate Structure on Biological Transport --
Performance and Conservation of Osmotic Work by Proton-Coupled Solute Porter Systems --
Molecular Basis for the Action of Macrocyclic Carriers on Passive Ionic Translocation Across Lipid Bilayer Membranes --
Mechanisms of Energy Conservation in the Mitochondrial Membrane --
Biogenesis of Mitochondria 23. The Biochemical and Genetic Characteristics of Two Different Oligomycin Resistant Mutants of Saccharomyces Cerevisiae Under the Influence of Cytoplasmic Genetic Modification --
A Physio-chemical Basis for Anion, Cation and Proton Distributions between Rat-liver Mitochondria and the Suspending Medium --
Microwave Hall Mobility Measurements on Heavy Beef Heart Mitochondria --
Possible Mechanisms for the Linkage of Membrane Potentials to Metabolism by Electrogenic Transport Processes with Special Reference to Ascaris Muscle --
The Effect of Redox Potential on the Coupling Between Rapid Hydrogen-Ion Binding and Electron Transport in Chromatophores from Rhodopseudomonas Spheroides --
A Note on Some Old and Some Possible New Redox Indicators --
The Role of Lipid-Linked Activated Sugars in Glycosylation Reactions --
Lipid-Protein Interactions in the Structure of Biological Membranes --
Structure-Function Unitization Model of Biological Membranes --
The Influence of Temperature-Induced Phase Changes on the Kinetics of Respiratory and Other Membrane-Associated Enzyme Systems --
Interactions at the Surface of Plant Cell Protoplasts; An Electrophoretic and Freeze-etch Study.
Responsibility: edited by J. Avery.

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A: Mechanisms of Biological Energy Transduction.- 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.- Toward a Theory of Muscle Contraction.- Bioenergetics of Nerve Excitation.- An Analytical Appraisal of Energy Transduction Mechanisms.- Oxidative Phosphorylation, A History of Unsuccessful Attempts: Is I.
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