Energy Use (Respiration & Fermentation)

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ENERGY USE Respiration and Fermentation
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ENERGY FROM SUN PHOTOSYNTHESIS ENERGY ABSORPTION IN LEAVES CELLULAR RESPIRATION GROWTH CONSUMPTION GROWTH CELLULAR RESPIRATION
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ATP is the main energy “currency” of cells of all organisms Cells must produce a lot of ATP. Cells commonly use the chemical energy in glucose to fuel the production of ATP.
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Ribose Adenine Phosphate groups Ribose Adenine ATP consists of adenine, ribose, and three phosphate groups.
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Multiple pathways can harness the energy in glucose to fuel the formation of ATP Cellular respiration: A series of oxidation-reduction reactions that begin with glycolysis and release the energy needed for the production of ATP. Oxygen is often the final electron acceptor.
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ATP is the main energy “currency” of cells Reduction-oxidation reactions allow for the slow release of energy in glucose so that it can be harnessed to fuel the production of ATP.
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Outer membrane Inner membrane Intermembrane space Matrix Cristae 424 nm
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