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Cellular Respiration

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Reactants of cellular respiration Glucose and oxygen
Products of cellular respiration Carbon dioxide and water
ATP Adenosine Triphosphate
ADP Adenosine Diphosphate
Phosporylation Addition of a phosphate group to a molecule
Glycolysis Breakdown of glucose
Aerobic In the presence of oxygen
Anaerobic In the presence of no oxygen
Pryruvate A 3-carbon molecule created at the end of glycolysis
Krebs cycle Takes place in the mitochondrial matrix
ETC Takes place in the mitochondrial cristae
Citric acid First product created in the Krebs cycle
NADH and FADH2 Energy carriers created in the Krebs cycle
ATP synthase An enzyme that phosphorylates ADP
Highest energy providing biomolecule by gram Lipids
Releases carbon dioxide Krebs cycle
Makes water ETC
Coenzyme A Helps break pyruvate before entering Krebs cycle
Proton gradient Created in the intermembrane space