What is the significance of this pumping (from question 6)? How is the translocation of something to the inner membrane then used to drive ATP synthesis? Q8: Tetrazolium chloride (TTC) is a salt that is sometimes used as an indicator of respiratory activity in bacteria. When the clear tetrazolium ion is reduced, it has a red colour. TTC is reduced by electrons in the ETC. It has a higher electronegativity than oxygen or other proteins in the ETC, and electrons bypass some of the pumps in the ETC and go directly to TTC. How will this likely affect ATP synthesis? Why?

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