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This electron flow is strongly exothermic, and the energy released is used in part for ATP synthesis, an endothermic process. Molecular oxygen is ultimately, but indirectly, the oxidizing agent in these reactions. The function of the electron transport chain is to couple the energy released by nutrient oxidation to the formation of ATP. The chain components are precisely positioned within the inner mitochondrial membrane, an important feature of the mitochondria, because it brings the oxidizable products released in the matrix into close proximity with molecular oxygen.
Most of the enzymes operating in the mitochondrion, however, are coded by nuclear DNA and synthesized on the rough endoplasmic reticulum (RER) in the cytoplasm. They are then incorporated into existing mitochondria. All cells in the body, with the exception of the erythrocyte, possess mitochondria. The erythrocyte disposes of its mitochondria during the maturation process and 8 CHAPTER 1 Ě The Cell: A Microcosm of Life then must depend solely on the energy produced through anaerobic mechanisms, primarily glycolysis.
In unidirectional reactions, the same enzyme cannot catalyze in both directions. Instead, a different enzyme is required to catalyze the reverse direction of the reaction. Comparing glycolysis with gluconeogenesis allows us to see how unidirectional reactions may be reversed by introducing a different enzyme. Simultaneous reactions, catalyzed by various multienzyme systems or pathways, constitute cellular metabolism. Enzymes are compartmentalized within the cell and function in sequential chains.