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BIOL 2010, Anatomy and Physiology I Case Study: Cell Metabolism F18 You are working as a personal trainer and one of your clients asks you what “anaerobic” means and how it is that different foods can be “burned for energy”. You decide to explain to them the overall processes of cell metabolism. Answer the following questions as if you were explaining these processes to your client. 1. Consider the cellular metabolism of carbohydrates a. Write the equation for the respiration of glucose: b. How many ATP are produced from one molecule of glucose during complete aerobic respiration? (see notes and page 916). 2. In the space below, Diagram the 3 major stages of the cellular respiration of glucose. Start with glucose and then list, in order, these three stages. Once you have this outline in place, add in the following details: a. Note where all ATP are used or produced, including the total numbers of each from each stage b. Note how the intermediate molecules of pyruvate and acetyl are used within this process.
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