Bacterial respiration: a flexible process for a changing environment.

@article{Richardson2000BacterialRA,
  title={Bacterial respiration: a flexible process for a changing environment.},
  author={D. J. Richardson},
  journal={Microbiology},
  year={2000},
  volume={146 ( Pt 3)},
  pages={
          551-71
        }
}
The respiration of oxygen is fundamental to the life of higher animals and plants. The basic respiratory process in the mitochondria of these organisms involves the donation of electrons by low-redox-potential electron donors such as NADH. This is followed by electron transfer through a range of redox cofactors, bound to integral membrane or membrane-associated protein complexes. The process terminates in the reduction of the high-redox-potential electron acceptor, oxygen (Fig. 1). The free… CONTINUE READING
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