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Biology II-13

Aerobic Respiration cellular respiration with oxygen present to make 32-38 ATP
Anaerobic Respiration cellular respiration without oxygen (fermentation) only makes 2ATP, plus CO2 and alcohol or lactic acid
Glycolysis first step in all cell respiration to break glucose into two 3-carbon molecules
Krebs Cycle second step in aerobic respiration to complete break down of two 3-carbon molecules into CO2 and makes energy carriers for ETC
Electron Transport Chain third step in aerobic respiration to use energy carriers to make most ATP, uses oxygen and produces water
Fermentation type of anaerobic respiration that makes CO2 and alcohol from sugars
Lactic Acid waste product from anaerobic respiration in ANIMALS when oxygen in low supply; make muscles sore
ATP temporary high energy molecule for cell fuel with three phosphates
cell respiration chemical reactions to transfer energy stored in sugars and other food to ATP (fuel molecules that all cells use); releases carbon dioxide
Created by: strawend