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2012-10-13T09:03:47+03:00

geçmiş olsun arkadaşım :D

 

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2012-10-13T09:17:41+03:00

FADH2 (Flavin Adenine Dinucleotide) is an electron accepter that is utilized in cellular respiration. FADH2 is produced during the Krebs cycle of cellular respiration. It then brings the electrons to the cytochrome complex. Electrons accepted by FADH2 enter the cytochrome complex later than electrons accepted by NADH, and therefore produce less ATP.   bunu istediniz gibi geldi inşallah doğrudur

 

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