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2). M o' = (Eo' of the half-reaction containing the oxidizing agent) - (Eo' of the half-reaction containing the reducing agent) This cquation relers to standard-state conditions (25°C and atmospheric pressure) and at pH = 7 (indicated by the "prime"). The Eo of the half-reaction 2H+ + 2e- ~ H, at I M concentration of H+ (pH = 0) is arbitrarily set equal to zero. 413. Topic Test 2: Reduction Potential: A Measure of Energy Available from Oxidation/Reduction Reactions True/False I. In a spontaneous chemical reaction, there will always be a decrease in the Gibb's free energy.

Various inclusion bodies in the cytoplasm are used for storage of carbon, energy, phosphate, and sulfur. Gas vacuoles are clusters of cylindrical gas vesicles that are surrounded by a rigid hydrophobic nonunit membrane protein layer that is impermeable to water and only permeable to gas. Their density is much less than the cytoplasm because they are hollow with only gas inside. Gas vacuoles buoy aquatic photosynthetic bacteria toward the top of a water column where there is adequate light intensity for photosynthesis.

Killed in the presence of oxygen. Obligate anaerobes either lack superoxide dismutase or have very low levels. The other classes of bacteria possess both superoxide dismutase and catalase in varying amount, explaining the different oxygen sensitivities of these bacteria. The main role of oxygen is in energy metabolism. It occasionally serves as a source of oxygen atoms in biosynthesis. Topic Test 2: Environmental Effects on Growth True/False I. The optimum temperature is always nearer the maximum temperature than the minimum temperature.

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