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Chapter 16

Cellular Respiration

What is cellular Respiration? Where does it occur? energy is extracted from glucose to make ATP
What is required for cellular respiration to occur? glucose
What are the products for cellular respiration? Carbon Dioxide + water+ ATP
Cellular respiration = aerobic process What does that mean process that uses oxygen
Reduction occurs when electrons are added
Oxidation electrons are removed
Reduction +Oxidation Redox reactions
What two important coenzymes are reduced during cellular respiration NAD AND FAD
NAD AND FAD Carry potential energy to electron transport chain
Four major steps of cellular respiration Glycolosis Preparatory Reactions Krebs Cycle Electron Transport Chain
What step of cellular respiration occur in the cytoplasm Glycolosis
Does glucose contain more or less free energy than pyruvate More. That is then broken down and releases energy
What does the energy investment step of glycolysis involve 6 carbon glucose molecules
The oxidation of G3P to 1,3 results in the production of what form of potential energy high energy electron
What is substrate phosphorylation enzyme transfers directly from a substrate to ADP
In phosphorylation how many ATP are produced in glucose?
What is the final product of glycolysis of one glucose molecule pyruvate
Gross production of ATP ,NADH ,FADH during glycolysis
What is the net production of ATP, NADH, FADH during glycolysis 2 ATP 2NADH
What occurs after glycolysis if oxygen is not available fermentation
where does fermentation occur in the cell cytoplasm
How many ATP are produced per glucose molecule in fermentation
After glycolysis if oxygen is available where does it occur mitochondra for aerobic process
where does the citric acid cycle take place matrix mitochondria
what is the first step of citirc acid cycle acetyl CoA joins with 4 carbon
What molecule is oxidized during citric acid cyle to reduce NAD to NADh Acetyl CoA
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