Cellular Respiration Vs Photosynthesis

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Cellular Respiration Vs Photosynthesis

Glycolysis- It occurs in the cytoplasm of cells. The main function is to break down glucose and form an intermediate acid called pyruvic acid. The main producct is Pyruvic Acid. The main reactant is Glucose.Krebs Cycle- It occurs in the cytoplasm in prokaryotes and in the mitochondrial matrix in eukaryotes. The main function is to take Acetyl CoA to form energy carriers for ETC. The main reactants are Acetyl CoA. The main products are CO2, NADH, FAD2, ATPETC- It occurs in the cell membrane for prokaryotes and in the mitochondrial inner membrane. The main function is NADH2 & FAD2 from the krebs cycle is used to pump hydrogen ions across the mitochondrial inner membrane. The main reactants are NADH, FAD2 & ADP+P. The main products are ATP, H2O, NAD+, & FAD

Celluar Respiration Vs PhotosynthesisBy: Tim Smith

Photosynthesis: the process by which green plants and some other organisms use sunlight to synthesize foods from carbon dioxide and water. Photosynthesis is the reverse of the Cellular Respiration.Cellular Respiration: what cells do to break up sugars into a form that the cell can use as energy. This happens in all forms of life. It takes in food and uses it to create ATP. Cellular Respiration is the reverse of photosynthesis.

Light Reactions:Main Function- to produce energy carriers for calvin cycle.Location- ThylakoidsReactants: Light & WaterProducts: OxygenCalvin Cycle:Main Fuction- Use NADPH + ATP from light reaction to convert CO2 into glucoseReactants: Carbon DioxideProducts: Glucose

Aerobic: With OxygenEfficiency: 66% Location: Cytoplasm & MitochondriaCells that use this: Most cells use thisAnaerobic: Without OxygenEfficency: 3.5%Location: Cytoplasm & MitochondriaCells that use this: Mostly Prokarytoes

Lactic Acid Fermentation- Glucose goes into glycolysis and gets pyruvic acid, NADH+ and 2 ATP which gets you Lactic Acid. Humans and Lactic Acid Bacteria do this. Alcoholic Fermentation- Glucose goes into glycolysis and gets pyruvic acid, NADH and a little ATP which gets ethyl alcohol, CO2 and NAD+ to get alcoholic Fermentation.ATP Production: ADP goes through the ATP Synthase and makes ATP after it travels through the ETC on electron carriers across the proton gradient.


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