Cellular Respiration

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Cell Biology
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Cellular Respiration

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Glycolysis:- Occurs in Cytoplasam- 2 of its molecules of ATP are used and 4 molecules of ATP are produced-made of 2 molecules of ATP, at the end 4 ATPS, 2 NADHS, and 2 pyrovate molecules-Glycolysis als requires enzmes and ATP, so where ever the glucose is in the cytoplasm the process can properly begin.- --

Stages of Cellular Resperation

stages of cellular respiration

Fermentation

-Fermentation occurs when there is no oxygen present.- Fermentation also occurs in the cytoplasam.- In lactic acid fermentation and alcoholic fermentaion ethanol is produced.

Located in the cristae of the mitochandria- it accepts energy from carriers in the matrix and stores it to a form that can be used to phosphory late ADP- Its starting materials are NADH and FADH2 that were made in the citric acid, or krebs cycle- ATP is formed in the ECT that is called the chemiosmotic phosphorolation.

The Electron Transport Chain:

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The Krebs Cycle:

Occurs in the Mitochondria- helps generate a pool of chemical energy containing ATP, FADH2, and NADH- It creates 2 pyruvates that are converted into 2 acety, coenzyme A, acety (COA) 2 carbondioxide molecules, and 2 NADH- Its NADH and the FADH2 will be used in the electron transport system.

The Electron Transport Chain

Fermentation

-Fermentation occurs when there is no oxygen present.- Fermentation also occurs in the cytoplasam.- In lactic acid fermentation and alcoholic fermentaion ethanol is produced.

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