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Chapter 9

Respiration

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Three cycles of Respiration in order glycolysis / krebs / ETC
Major Reactants of Respiration O2 / Oxygen / Glucose
Major Products of Respiration CO2 Carbon Dioxide/ H2O Water / ATP
Respiration Equation C6H12O6 + 6O2 → 6CO2 + 6H2O + Energy
How many molecules of ATP come from one molecule of glucose in Respiration. 36 ATP
Cellular Respiration releases energy from breaking down food
Where does Glycolysis take place Cytoplasm of cell
Glycolysis produces how many ATP 2 ATP (4 total yields 2)
What does Glycolysis start with Glucose
Glycolysis has two stages energy input and energy output
Reactants of Glycolysis Glucose/ATP/ADP/NADH
Products of Glycolysis 2NADH/2ATP(ADP)/2pyruvic acid
What is the job of NAD+ in respiration Electron Carrier (H)
Two types of fermentation Lactic Acid/Alcoholic
Where does Lactic Acid Fermentation occurs Muscles (causes muscle soreness)
Fermentation used to make Beer and Wine Alcoholic Fermentation
NAD+ is re-used to allow glycolysis continue with no Oxygen during Lactic acid Fermentation
NADH is needed to convert pyruvic acid into lactic acid
Why is Cellular Respiration Considered Aerobic It needs oxygen
When oxygen is present glycolysis is followed by what cycle Krebs
Krebs Cycle starts with what molecule Pyruvic Acid
Kreb Cycle Reactants Pyruvic Acid/Oxygen/NAD/FAD/ADP
Kreb Cycle Products Carbon Dioxide/NADH/FADH/ATP
Kreb cycle's job is to produce Electron Carriers for ETC (NADH/FADH)
Kreb Cycle takes place in the Mitochondria
Electron Transport takes place in the Cytoplasm
What brings high energy electrons to to the ETC NADH/FADH2
NADH and FADH provide energy in the ETC to convert ADP into ATP
You body generates ATP by the process of Respiration
Energy need for short burst's come from Lactic Acid Fermentation
three sources of energy your body uses ATP/Lactic Acid Fermentation/ Cellular Respiration (glucose)
Cellular Respiration occurs in All Eukaryotic Cell
Plants and Animals use what three steps/cycles to release energy Cellular Respiration Glycolysis/Krebs/ETC
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