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- n. Anything that uncouples
- n. Any substance that inhibits ATP synthesis by breaking its connection with the electron transport system
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Rather, it functions as an "uncoupler," keeping the plant from using the products of its metabolism for growth and tissue maintenance.
Glucose (final concentration 25 mM) or the uncoupler 2,4-dinitrophenol (DNP) was injected into the chamber (83 mM final), and stimulated rates of oxygen consumption were determined.
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