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The Krebs Cycle
Transcript of The Krebs Cycle
Acid These molecules
include: The hydrogen electron carrier FAD is respectively reduced concurrently while completing the cycle by regenerating oxaloacetic acid Oxaloaetic
acid Malic Acid Succinic Acid At the very start of the cycle, two-carbon acetyl fragment are combined with oxaloacetic acid which produces a si- molecule citric acid that contains most of the fuel energy of the acetyl. FAD is a hydrogen carrier that is reduced to FADH . 2 Energy is
harvested by substrate
of ADP which Produces ATP. NAD+ is a hydrogen carrier which is reduced to NADH. At the end
of the third
step of the
ATP is made
of ADP. A complete turn of the Krebs cycle is finished
after the conversion of a molecule of molaic acid
into a molecule of oxaloacetic acid. Alpha-ketoglutaric acid is the result of stripping hydrogen from organic acid intermediates, which happens because a succesful redox reaction harvests energy from the acetyl group. Before a turn of the Kreb's cycle is complete with oxaloacetic acid being made, malic acid is then converted to it.