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Cellular Respiration

Cellular respiration process in which animals produce energy for the cell and carbon dioxide and water
Reactants of cellular respiration glucose and oxygen
products of cellular respiration carbon dioxide, water, and energy
reactants of photosynthesis carbon dioxide and water
products of photosynthesis glucose and oxygen
aerobic pathways chemical pathways that require oxygen
anaerobic pathways chemical pathways that do not require oxygen
glycolysis is an anaerobic pathway
krebs cycle and etc are areobic pathways
glycolysis first stage of cellular respiration that breaks down glucose into pyruvic acid. 4 ATP produced
Krebs cycle second stage of cellular respiration where more energy is produced. Carbon dioxide is released
electron transport chain thrid stage of cellular respiration where the bulk of energy is produced and water is released
where does glycolysis take place cytoplasm
where does krebs cycle take place matrix
where etc take place between mitochondrion membrane and matric membrane
krebs cycle also can be called citric acid cycle
acetyl CoA becomes citric acid
glucose becomes pyruvic acid
pyruvic acid becomes acetly CoA
Total ATP produced is 30 to 42
Krebs cycle produces 2 ATP
Glycolysis produces 2 ATP
ETC produces 32 ATP
Created by: s715122