Week 3 Metabolism & NutritionWorksheetAnswer the following questions once you have completed all theEdaptconcepts for this week:1.What do you call the process of breaking down the six-carbon chain glucose into two three carbon chained pyruvic acids and producing some energy? Cellular respiration2.How many ATPs are net gained during glycolysis? 23.What is the equation for cellular respiration? C6H12O6 + 6O2 - 6CO2 + 6H2O4.In the below formula for glycolysis, fill in the missing information indicated by the underlined blanks: -2ATP + C6H12O62 ______pyruvate_______+ 2____NADH_____ + 2H++ 4ATP (Net Gain: +_2__ATP) 5.What is the chemical C6H12O6in the above glycolysis equation? glucose6.What is the co-enzyme used in glycolysis? Nad+7.Where in the cell does glycolysis take place? cytoplasm8.) Under aerobic conditions, what does the pyruvic acid become? What about under anaerobic conditions? When oxygen is available, pyruvic acid provides energy to living cells via the citric acid cycle. It ferments to create lactic acid when oxygen is scarce.