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Extracts and utilizes energy from glucose and oxygen to produce ATPCellular Respiration
Reducing agentOxidizing agentElectron carriersoNAD+Oxidized form of niacinoNADHReduced formElectrons and EnergyThe structure of NADH and NAD+View on Boundless.comCellular Respiration > Energy in Living Systems
Cells require a constant supply of energy to surviveCells store energy in the form of adenosine triphosphate, or ATP.Energy is released when the terminal phosphate group is removed from ATP.ATP in Living SystemsFree to share, print, make copies and changes. Get yours at Adenosine triphosphate.View on Boundless.comCellular Respiration > Energy in Living Systems
Cellular RespirationGlycolysis is the first pathway of cellular respiration that oxidizes glucose molecules.It is followed by the Krebs cycle and oxidativephosphorylation to produce ATP.Free to share, print, make copies and changes. Get yours at Connexions."Carbohydrate Metabolism." CC BY 3.0View on Boundless.comCellular Respiration
In glycolysis, a glucose moleculeis converted into two pyruvatemolecules.This occurs in the cytoplasmThis process will occur in thepresence or absence of O2
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Although four ATP molecules are produced in the second half, the netgain of glycolysis is only two ATPEnzymes that catalyze the reactions that produce ATP are rate-limitingsteps of glycolysisGlycolysis produces:four ATP, two NADH, and two pyruvatemolecules for each glucose molecule that enters the pathway.Outcomes of GlycolysisFree to share, print, make copies and changes. Get yours at Cellular Respiration > Glycolysis
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