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Transcript of Krebs Cycle
1 glucose will form 2AcoA, so there are two turns of the cycle per glucose
The aim of the krebs cycle is to make as many
HIGH ENERGY HYDROGEN
atoms as possible.
These can be used to make
on the electron transport chain.
This occurs in the
Reduced NAD (6 out)
Reduced FAD (2 out)
Decarboxylation occurs when number of carbon atoms falls.
Some energy is released sirectly to form ATP by SUBSTRATE LEVEL phosphorylation.
2C AcoA combines with 4C acceptor molecule.
6C molecule forms which breakdown to a 5C molecule then reforms 4C acceptor.
High energy Hydrogens's are made and CO2, (DECARBOXYLATION).
2ATP + 6 red.NAD + 2 red.FAD + 4CO2