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Module 11 Set 4

TCA cycle oxidation steps form NADH and FADH2
TCA cycle completes substrate-level phosphorylation
TCA cycle energy drives condensation of acetyl group with oxaloacetate
TCA cycle oxidation and decarboxylation steps form NADH + H+ and CO2
TCA cycle performs complete oxidation and degradation
TCA Cycle step 1: Cycle begins by adding C2 acetyl group to C4 molecule, forming citrate; also called the citric acid cycle.
TCA Cycle step 2: Acetyl group is then oxidized to two molecules of CO2.
TCA Cycle step 3: During the oxidation process, most electrons (e) are accepted by NAD+ and NADH is formed.
TCA Cycle step 4: In one instance, electrons are taken by FAD, which becomes FADH2.
TCA Cycle step 5: NADH and FADH2 carry these electrons to electron transport system.
TCA Cycle step 6: Some energy released is used to synthesize ATP by substrate-level phosphorylation
for each acetyl-CoA molecule oxidized, TCA cycle generates 2 molecules of CO2
for each acetyl-CoA molecule oxidized, TCA cycle generates 3 molecules of NADH
for each acetyl-CoA molecule oxidized, TCA cycle generates one FADH2 and GTP
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