Cellular Respiration and Photosynthesis

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Cellular Respiration and Photosynthesis

Cellular Respiration1.) Glycolysis- taking glucose and breaking it down to pyruvic acid2.) Krebs Cycle- uses acetly coA to make NADH, FADH2, CO2, and ATP3.) Electron Transport Cycle- uses electron carriers to make ATP and H2O

Cellular Respiration1.) Anaerobic- 3.5 percent efficency, located in mitochondria (matrix and membrane), muscle cells 2.) Aerobic-66 percent efficency, located in mitochondira (matrix and membrane), many different types of cells use aerobic respiration

Cellular Respiration- the process of oxidizing glucose to carbon dioxide and waterPhotosynthesis- life process that turns light energy into chemical energy

Photosynthesis1.) Light Reactions- use solar energy to make ATP and NADPH, located in chloroplast or cytoplasm in eukaryotes or prokaryotes, main products are glucose and oxygen, reactants are carbon dioxide and water2.) Calvin Cycle- use ATP adn NADPH to make glucose and oxygen, located in the chloroplast, main products are carbon dioxide, and water, reactants are glucose and oxygen (opposite of photosynthesis)

Cellular Respirationand Photosynthesis

(Different types of plants and a model of photosynthesis in a plant)

Fermentation1.) lactic acid- occours in cytoplasm, products are lactic acid and NAD+, reactants are pyruvic acid and NADH2.) alcoholic-occours in cytoplasm, products are ethanol and carbon dioxide, reacants are pyruvic acid and NADH

ADP goes through ATP synthase, being transported by electron carriers, and then is made ATP. Is first moved across a proton gradient


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