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Respiration

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dan khawaja

on 16 March 2013

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Transcript of Respiration

Glycolysis 6 Carbon Glucose Add 2 Phosphates P P ATP ADP 6 Carbon sugar diphosphate P P Two 3-carbon sugar phosphate Splits into Splits into NAD+ NAD+ NADH NADH 2ADP 2ADP ATP ATP 3-Carbon Pyruvates Aerobic Respiration Cellular Respiration (Continuation) 3-Carbon Pyruvate NAD+ NADH CO2 Acetyl CoA CoA 4-Carbon Molecule 6-Carbon Molecule NAD+ NADH CO2 5-Carbon Molecule NAD+ NADH CO2 4-Carbon Molecule ADP ATP Citric Acid Cycle NAD+ NADH FAD 2+ FADH 2 Aerobic Anaerobic Electron Transport Chain & Oxidative Phosphorylation Q C NADH e - e - H + H + NAD + e - e - H + H + H + H + H + H + FADH FAD + 2 H + ATP Synthase H + H + H + H + H + H + O 2 Fermentation (Continued) 3-Carbon Pyruvate NADH Lactic Acid NAD + 3-Carbon Lactic Acid Oxidizes ATP ADP 2 2 Reduced Reduced Converted To Further Processed Fermented into Reduced Releases Used To Make To Form Releases Join Releases Reduced Produces Reduced Releases Oxidation/Decarboxylation Further Oxidized Hydrogen Removed Reduced Reduced Forms Processed Even Further Transferred Electons Protons Transferred Oxidized Oxidized Re-Enter Through Transfers e - ADP Pi ATP Derives Energy Synthesizes Creates H 0 2 The End 1 pyruvate shown 1 pyruvate shown Reference: McGraw-Hill
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