thanks but i already did that and read the book the problem is i dont understand it
NAD+/NADH and FAD/FADH2 are called Electron carriers... Is that the same as the transport? I really have no idea.
My book explains it very well.. however, I have to go to work. I could post it later if you still don't understand it.
its not NADH or FADH already asked the teacher i thought the same thing. That would be great if you could post it later russ
That seems pretty weird your teach said no: Nad IS infact what transports the H+ from extracellular to intracellular..
Could the teach be asking for what "processes" transport it? Such as the krebbs cycle aka citric cycle?
If not the only other thing I can think of (which is fairly in depth and probably NOT the answer) would be Coenzyme Q and Cytochrome C..
Quoted from http://www.genomeknowledge.org/cgi-b...=163200&ZOOM=2 = "...two electron shuttle molecules; Coenzyme Q (also known as ubiquinone, CoQ) and Cytochrome c (Cytc). These two molecules shuttle electrons between the large complexes in the chain."
Hope this helps D:
I'll post it tonight. Sorry for the delay.
do you still need me to post or did the pdf answer your question?
For the record, for all intents and purposes, as far as classes are concerned anyway, as long as you know it well enough to do well on a test, you'll be fine.
If I had to guess, I'd say, ...oooooh, ...maybe..., ubiquinone (Coenzyme Q) and cytochrome c.