Convert a proton gradient into atp

Q1. Martha’s daughter has come to her for advice about what to do with her future. Her mother explains that any decisions made now are not permanent and that her daughter will continue to reevaluate her decisions for the rest of her life. Her daughter is relieved to hear that she does not need to decide “everything” now, but she is not comfortable knowing that these important decisions will continue to come up in the future. Martha is trying to help her daughter understand that true identity develop me.

Q2. ATP-synthase is a large membrane-integral protein complex that produces ATP from ADP and inorganic phosphate. Describe the location of this complex in the cell; list its major parts and the subunits each part is made of. Describe how it is able to convert a proton gradient into ATP.

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