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Regeneration of ATP

Questions about the regeneration of ATP for the summer 2014 AQA PE exam

What is Glucose broken down into? Pyruvate
What is Krebs Cycle? a series of chemical reactions in the mitochondria that oxidises acetyl CoA to CO2 and combines hydrogen with hydrogen carriers
What is the Electron Transport chain? series of chemical reactions where hydrogen is oxidised to water and large amounts of ATP are generated
What is Beta-oxidation? breakdown of fats into acetyl CoA within sarcoplasm
what is Mitochondria? organelles where chemical reactions of aerobic production take place
What is Pyruvic acid/Pyruvate? the end product of glycolysis
What is Glycolysis? the process of breaking down glycogen into pyruvic acid, producing some ATP
What does ATP stand for? Adenosine Triphosphate
What is ATP? Our energy currency, found in all cells, when broken down it releases its stored energy