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AICE Biology

Photosynthesis and respiration review

TermDefinition
Steps of aerobic respiration Glycolysis, link rxn, Kerbs (citric acid) cycle, and oxidative phosphorylation
hydrogen/ electron carriers of aerobic respiration NAD , reduced NAD (NADH) and FAD, reduced FAD (FADH2)
Glycolysis location in cell's cytoplasm
Link rxn location in matrix of mitochondria (via active transport)
Kerbs cycle location in matrix of mitochondria
oxidative phosphorylation and electron transport chain location in inner mitochondria membrane
Glycolysis and ATP 2 ATP required, but 4 total ATP produced (net= +2)
Glycolysis and NAD 2 NAD are reduced= 2 NADH
Glycolysis: what happens to Glucose split into 2 pyruvate molecules
Glycolysis: phosporylation when phosphate is added to ADP= ATP
Glycolysis: what are the products and where do they go products= ATP and NADH they go to Link rxn
Link Rxn: Decarboxylated 1 carbon removed, given off as CO2
Link Rxn: Dehydrognated NAD picks up a H
Link Rxn: what happens to pyruvate comined with coenzyme A to make acetyl CoA
Link Rxn: what are the products and where do they go products: acetyl CoA and NADH they go to Kerbs cycle
Kerbs Cycle: How many turns for each glucose 2X b/c glucose is split into 2 pyruvate molecues
Kerbs Cycle: Acetyl CoA combines with and makes Combines with: oxalocetate (4c) Makes: citrate (6c)
Kerbs Cycle: Citrate is decarboxylated 2X (loses 2 CO2)
Kerbs Cycle: Citrate is dehydrogenated by NAD and FAD. They become reduced NAD and FAD
Kerbs Cycle: how many ATP generated 1
Kerbs Cycle: Oxaloactate is regenerated to be ready to combine with acetyl CoA again
Kerbs Cycle: final product tally 2CO2, 1 reduced FAD, 3 reduced NAD, 1 ATP
Kerbs Cycle: most important part loading H's on FAD and NAD to bring to oxidative phosphorylation and e- transport chain
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