chemiosmotic


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chemiosmotic

(ˌkɛmɪɒzˈmɒtɪk)
adj
relating to the process of chemiosmosis
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These transporters were inferred to play roles in transportation of small solutes like sugar in response to chemiosmotic ion gradients.
Chemiosmotic coupling in oxidative and photosynthetic phosphorylation.
The amendment of the ion concentration gradients leads to deterioration of the essential processes of cell, such as transport of electrons, translocation proteins, stages of oxidative phosphorylation, and other reactions dependent enzymes, resulting in loss of chemiosmotic control of the affected cell, leading to cell death [37].
Hase, "Chemiosmotic mechanism of antimicrobial activity of Ag+ in Vibrio cholerae," Antimicrobial Agents and Chemotherapy, vol.
At these temperatures, there is natural tendency for intracellular ice formation as well as harmful changes to the chemiosmotic balance of the cell membrane [9].
Protein Biological process Molecular function COX5B.RAT Hydrogen ion Cytochrome c oxidase activity protein transmembrane binding metal ion binding transport Respiratory gaseous exchange MUP Transport/ Small molecule binding transporter activity Myh6 ATP metabolic ATP binding microfilament motor process activity actin binding protein binding Myh7 ATP metabolic ATP binding microfilament motor process activity actin binding protein binding Protein Related pathways General comment COX5B.RAT Respiratory electron Cytochrome c oxidase (COX) transport, ATP synthesis by is the terminal enzyme of chemiosmotic coupling, and the mitochondrial heat production by respiratory chain.
Loc.cit).The anti microbial property of Tea tree oil is due to disruption of permeability barrier of cell membrane structure, by accompanying loss of chemiosmotic control (Cox et al., 2000) and by compromising the membrane (Carson et al.
Methanogens convert intermediates of anaerobic biomass degradation, like [H.sub.2]+C[O.sub.2], formate, acetate, and methylated compounds to methane via distinct yet overlapping pathways, and couple this process to energy conservation via a chemiosmotic mechanism [2,3].
However, the ability of EOs to disrupt the permeability barrier of cell membrane structures and the accompanying loss of chemiosmotic control is the most likely reason for its lethal action [56].