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Bioenergetics is a field of biochemistry that concerns energy flow through living systems. This is an active area of biological research that involves energy transfer and conversion. It finds applications in structural biology and mitochondrial metabolism and its disorders.

Bioenergetics journal is a peer reviewed and an Open Access journal and aims to publish the most complete and reliable source of information on the discoveries and current developments in the mode of original articles, review articles, case reports, short communications, etc. in all areas of the field and making them freely available through online without any restrictions or any other subscriptions to researchers worldwide.

Bioenergetics: open access is a scientific journal includes a wide range of fields in its discipline to create a platform for authors to make their contribution towards the journal.

Bioenergetics Journal is at higher echelons that enhance the intelligence and information dissemination on topics closely related to study of biomembranes, molecular mechanism of photosynthesis, mitochondrial and bacterial respiration, motility and transport, fossil fuels, biothermodynamics, fish bioenergetics, environmental microbiology, bio process engineering, cellular respiration, mitochondrial disease, electronic coupling fluctuations, electron-transfer proteins, molecular recognition and signal transduction etc.

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Co-Transport

Contransport is one of the transports where two molecules are transported at a time across a cellular membrane by a protein and those proteins are called as co-transporters. Co-transporters are of two types, they are symporters and antiporters.

Cotransport is the name of a process in which two substances are simultaneously transported across a membrane by one protein, or protein complex which does not have ATPase activity. When both substances are transported in the same direction the transport protein is known as a symport .

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Molecular Recognition

Molecular recognition is a reaction between two or more molecules through complementary non-covalent bonding, for example, via hydrogen bonding; metal coordination; Vander Waals forces; and π−π, hydrophobic, or electrostatic interactions.

Molecular recognition plays an important role in biology and mediates interactions between receptors and ligands, antigens and antibodies, nucleic acids and proteins, proteins and proteins, enzymes and substrates, and nucleic acids with each other. A number of artificial systems have also been synthesized that depend on molecular recognition, for example, peptide nucleic acid and other antisense oligonucleotides.

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Electron Transfer in Proteins

Electron transfer in proteins participates in many reactions from photosynthesis to aerobic respiration .It is an array of biological transformations. ET rates in terms of two parameters; they are the nuclear reorganization energy (lambda) and the electronic-coupling strength.

Chemical bond in which valence electrons are lost from one atom and gained by another. This exchange results in a more stable, noble gas electronic configuration for both atoms involved. An ionic bond is based on attractive electrostatic forces between two ions of opposite charge.

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Mitochondrial Disorder

Mitochondrial disease is a genetical disorder followed as hereditary caused by birth or may develop in later stages of life due to improper functioning of mitochondria in organs like brain, heart, liver, skeletal muscles, kidney and the endocrine and respiratory systems.

Mitochondrial disease includes a group of neuromuscular diseases caused by damage to intracellular structures that produce energy, the mitochondrial disease symptoms usually involve muscle contractions that are weak or spontaneous.

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TCA Cycle

TCA cycle (tri carboxylic acid) is also known as Krebs cycle or citric acid cycle and this undergoes aerobic respiration in the cells releasing small amount of ATP. Since it is well known that ATP is the energy currency that is used for nearly every task in the human body and other organisms, it may seem surprising that so little ATP is produced directly by the TCA cycle.

But the TCA cycle process taking place in the matrix of the mitochondria using the reactions with NAD+ and FAD which carry high energy electrons to the electron transport systems in the inner mitochondrial membrane. The reactions there are responsible for the production of most of the ATP yield by chemiosmosis.

The Krebs Cycle is the central metabolic pathway in all aerobic organisms. The cycle is a series of eight reactions that occur in the mitochondrion.

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Bioenergetics

Bioenergetics is a therapy involved in transfer of energy and conversion in between biological membranes of living organisms. This therapy is useful in treating the problems related to mind. Growth, development and metabolism in the study of biological organisms are very important. The role of energy is prior to such biological processes. The ability to harness energy from a variety of metabolic pathways is a property of all living organisms.

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Bioenergetic Therapy

Bioenergetic therapy is a psychotherapy committed to the premise that problems of the mind are revealed and expressed in the body. This therapy is useful in treating mind related problems. This therapy gives pleasure, happiness, joy and making healthy. This therapy helps in relaxation by reducing stress. 

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Bioenergetics Analysis

Bioenergetic analysis serves to manage effects, extend the limit for closeness, recuperate sexual challenges, gives lifesaving powers, finding each other in sexual relationship. Bioenergetic analysis is a psychodynamic psychotherapy that works with somatic (body), psychic, emotional, and interpersonal phenomena as part of a unitary whole. A therapist in this approach practices psychotherapy with a theory base and a repertoire of techniques that permit interventions to be made in each dimension: body, mind, and relationship.

Bioenergetic analysis is a method of body psychotherapy that incorporates therapeutic treatment techniques with psychological study and active body work. The basis of this form of therapy is the relevance of the body’s own energy to the emotional and psychological well-being of the person. In order to achieve emotional health, energy must be permitted to flow freely through the mind and the body. Bioenergetic analysis is built on the foundation that each person is one with his or her body and therefore, all of the life events and experiences are in reality experiences of the body. A person’s physical manifestations through posture, expression, and muscular stance, reveal the story of the life circumstances of that body.

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Bioenergetic Metabolism

The series of chemical reactions taking place in a living organism occurs through a number of enzyme-catalyzed reactions that constitute metabolic pathways is known as Bioenergetic metabolism.

Metabolism is the overall process through which free energy is acquired and utilized by living systems to carry out their various functions. Free energy is the most useful thermodynamic concept in biochemistry. A reaction can occur spontaneously only if ΔG, the change in free energy is negative. The reactions are coupled by the shared chemical intermediate. Energy is extracted from foodstuffs by three different stages. Processes involving the transfer of electrons are of immense biochemical significance. NADPH is the major electron donor in reductive biosynthesis. NADH and FADH2 are the major electron carriers in the oxidation (break down) of fuel molecules. ATP is the universal currency of free energy in biological systems. Creatine phosphate is the reservoir of high potential phosphoryl groups in the muscle.

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Biophysics

The application of physics principles to the biological systems and this study is known as Biophysics. The main aim is to know the dynamics and functions of biological systems.

Biophysicists study life at every level, from atoms and molecules to cells, organisms, and environments. As innovations come out of physics and biology labs, biophysicists find new areas to explore where they can apply their expertise, create new tools, and learn new things. The work always aims to find out how biological systems work.

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Aerobic Oxidation

Aerobic oxidation is a type of cellular respiration. Aerobic respiration undergoes by utilizing oxygen in many cells. In this type of oxidation CO2, ATP is released as their products.

They rapidly use anaerobic glucose breakdown products such as lactic acid, ethanol, or acetate with Krebs-cycle intermediates in the mitochondria. Aerobic oxidation of glucose requires an additional 60 enzyme-catalyzed steps.

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Anaerobic Respiration

Anaerobic is a type of cellular respiration. Unlike aerobic respiration it undergoes respiration without using oxygen as electron acceptors and by using other electron acceptors this is carried out.

Cells use enzymes to create usable energy out of glucose. Cells can either break down glucose through aerobic respiration, which uses oxygen, or anaerobic respiration, which does not. While aerobic respiration is more efficient, human muscle cells can switch to anaerobic respiration when they lack a sufficient oxygen supply.

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Active Transport

Active transport uses energy to transport molecules up a concentration gradient or across a partially permeable membrane. This uses energy released from aerobic and anaerobic respirations. In living organisms when molecules move across cell membranes from an area of lower concentration toward an area of higher concentration and this process is known as active transport.

In humans, active transport takes place during the digestion of food in the small intestine. Carbohydrates are broken down into simple sugars such as glucose. The glucose is absorbed by active transport into the villi, to be passed into the bloodstream and taken around the body.

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Energy Homeostasis

In bioenergetics energy is balanced while transferring energy and conversion in between biological membranes of the living organisms by regulating the brain is known as energy homeostasis. The 50% of energy produced in glucose metabolism is immediately converted into heat.

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Biothermodynamics

In biotechnology biothermodynamics apply physical properties to biochemical systems and biological systems. The first law of thermodynamics states that energy can be transferred from one form to another, but it can never be created or destroyed in biological systems. The second law of thermodynamics is the amount of disorder in a system can be quantified in biological systems.

Application of thermodynamics in biochemical engineering to rationalize bioprocess development and obviate a substantial fraction of this need for tedious experimental work.

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Cellular Respiration

Cellular respiration undergoes both aerobic and anaerobic respirations by releasing chemical energy ATP as products. There are two types of cellular respiration; they are aerobic and anaerobic respiration. The cellular respiration is done in cytoplasm for prokaryotic cells and cellular respiration goes on in mitochondria for eukaryotic cells.

Cellular respiration is the set of metabolic reactions and processes that take place in the cells of organisms to convert biochemical energy from nutrients into adenosine triphosphate (ATP), and then release waste products.

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Biomembranes

Bio membranes are the membranes of the cell regulating the transport of molecules from inside to outside. Bio membrane is made of lipids and proteins. Bio membranes have the same basic phospholipid bilayer structure and certain common functions; each type of cellular membrane also has certain distinctive activities determined largely by the unique set of proteins associated with that membrane.

The phospholipid bilayer forms the basic structure of all biomembranes, which also contain proteins, glycoproteins, cholesterol and other steroids, and glycolipids. The presence of specific sets of membrane proteins permits each type of membrane to carry out distinctive functions.

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Fish Bioenergetics

The transfer of energy between environment and living organisms or between living organisms is applied in fish production is known as fish bioenergetics. In this they neither create nor destroy energy, they transfer in living organisms.Fish shows its energy transformation depending on the glucose of fish and glucose of outside environment. When glucose of fish is more than the outside environment then the fish is alive and if glucose is less than the outside environment then the fish is dead.

The study of the flow and transformation of energy in and between living organisms and between living organisms and their environment

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Fossil Fuels

Fossil fuel is a general term for covered flammable geologic stores of natural materials, shaped from rotted plants and creatures that have been changed over to unrefined oil, coal, normal gas, or overwhelming oils by presentation to warmth and weight in the world's covering over countless years.

There are three major forms of fossil fuels: coal, oil and natural gas. All three were formed many hundreds of millions of years ago before the time of the dinosaurs – hence the name fossil fuels. The age they were formed is called the Carboniferous Period. It was part of the Paleozoic Era. "Carboniferous" gets its name from carbon, the basic element in coal and other fossil fuels.

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Molecular Mechanism of Photosynthesis

Molecular mechanisms of photosynthesis include antenna complexes and energy transfer process in many electron transfer pathways. Topography of the proteins and lipids knowledge is very important for understanding molecular mechanism of photosynthesis.

Photosynthesis is one of the most fascinating biological processes: it is of fundamental ecological and evolutionary importance and involves some of the most complex biochemical systems.

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Vegeto Therapy

Vegeto therapy is a psychotherapy. Vegeto therapy is first developed by Dr. Wilhelm Reich. Vegeto therapy is also called as body work therapy by up drifting the energy with the autonomic nervous system.

The function of the vegetative system is based on assimilation of contradictions. Disorders in the vegetative system is unresolved contradictions in the same system. These differences in the vegetative system is reflected in the organism. When the vegetative system is precluded optimal function through this contradiction, this will penetrate into the organism’s organization at all levels. The vegetative system is in a dialectical relation to the entire organism, even to it self. This means that the mirror of the vegetative contradiction in the organism, is characterized partly by the organism own compensations to this contradiction seen organismic, but also by the vegetative system’s own compensatory measures.

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Glycolysis

Plants, animals and human all undergo glycolysis by breaking down of glucose. This occurs in cytoplasm of cells. It is a reaction takes place in all organisms produces ATP (Adenosine tri phosphate) by breakdown of glucose. Pyruvate is the end product.

Glycolysis, part of cellular respiration, is a series of reactions that constitute the first phase of most carbohydrate catabolism, catabolism meaning the breaking down of larger molecules into smaller ones. The word glycolysis is derived from two Greek words and means the breakdown of something sweet. Glycolysis breaks down glucose and forms pyruvate with the production of two molecules of ATP. The pyruvate end product of glycolysis can be used in either anaerobic respiration if no oxygen is available or in aerobic respiration via the TCA cycle which yields much more usable energy for the cell.

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