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The Electron Transport Chain NADH and FADH2 now are holding the Hydrogen The Hydrogen is released at the inner membrane NADH FADH2 H
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High energy electrons are released from the Hydrogen forming H+ and e- The e- moves to lower energy levels e-
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Hydrogen moves back across the membrane This drives the conversion of ADP and P i to ATP by ATP synthase Aporox. 32 molecules of ATP per molecule of glucose H+ ADP + P
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Oxygen also moves across the membrane and free H+ combines with O2 to form water We breath to make ATP O2
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The Electron Transport Chain H+ 2 H+ e e H+ H+ H+ Sooo…. What do we use atp for? Pumps Active transport O2 ADP + Pi
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Aerobic vs. Anaerobic Aerobic – requires oxygen citric acid cycle and electron transport chain 32 ATP 2 glycolysis 2 citric acid cycle 28 electron transport chain Anaerobic – doesn’t require oxygen Glycolysis 2 ATP Which cell in the body relies only on glycolysis?
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How do we use ATP?
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