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2011-01-06 03:06:57
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In the inner walls of mitochondria.


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I'm 98% sure that it doesn't have an electron transport chain.

the electron transport chain- which is a series of proteins in the membrane of the thylakoid.

The electron transport chain in prokaryotic organisms is found in their cell membranes. This is because prokaryotes lack membrane bound organelles.

The inner membrane of a mitochondrion.

The electron transport chain is located in the cristae of a mitochondria. It is the enzymes used during the Krebs cycle that are found in the matrix of the mitochondria. In plants, the electron transport chain is located in the thylakoid membrane of a chlorophyll.

Since prokaryotic cells do not have complex organelles such as a nucleus or mitochondria as do their counterparts, the eukaryotic cells. The electron transport system (ETS) for bacteria is found on the inner membrane.

In the cristae of the organelle called the mitochondria.

In the mitochondria. The complexes need for the electron transport chain are attached on the inner side of the inner mitochondrial membrane, which channels opening into the intermembrane space for pumping out protons.

Electron transport chain is found in the inner mitochondrial membrane. It serves as the site of oxidative phosphorylation through the use of ATP synthase.

Electron transport chains are found on the internal membrane of the mitochondria in plants and animals. A type of electron transport chain is also found on the membrane of the thyalkoids in the chloroplasts in plants; but this involves photosystems that use sunlight to make ATP rather than using electron carriers.

In the inner mitochondrial membrane in heterotrophs and in the thylakoid membrane in autotrophs.

The location of the electron transport system depends on the cell type. The electron transport system is embedded in the inner membrane of the mitochondria for animal, plant and fungus cells. The electron transport systemis also in the thylakoid membrane of chloroplasts in plant cells. Bacterial cells have molecules that are similar to the electron transport system found in eukaryotic (animal, plant and fungus) cells. These molecules are found in the bacterial cell membrane. Answer- All of the choices are correct

Electron and hydrogen carriers found in the electron transport chain. NADP also is reduced to NADPH. So it carries H

The mitochondrion (pl. mitochondria), found in the cytoplasm of eukaryotic cells, is nicknamed the "powerhouse of the cell".The mitochondrion contains the enzymes and complexes of the electron transport chain. Passage of a proton along the electron transport chain catalyses the synthesis of ATP(adenosine triphosphate), which is the "energy currency" of the cell.Cells which are physiologically more active, such as muscle cells, contain more mitochondria, compared to metabolically inactive cells.

Thylakoid membrane, like mitochondrial cristae, contains the elements of the plant electron transport chain.

RNA is assembled as a chain of nucleotides, that is usually single-stranded. In eukaryotic cells, it can be found in the nucleus and cytoplasm

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