Things to Know about Cellular Respiration and Photosynthesis

Things to Know about Cellular Respiration and...

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Westmoreland Class Notes Chapters 9 and 10 Chapter 9 Things you need to know about Cellular Respiration : For Glycolysis (See figure 9.8) 1. Glucose 2. Pyruvate (and how many of them produced at the end per glucose) 3. ATP (and how many produced) 4. NADH (and how many produced) 5. Phosphofructokinase and how it controls cellular respiration (See figure 9.9 and 9.20) * omit all the other intermediate chemical names (as shown in figure 9.9) For conversion of pyruvate to acetyl CoA: (see figure 9.10) Nothing omitted For Krebs Cycle: (See figures 9.11 and 9.12) 1. Citrate 2. Carbon dioxide (and how many produced both per glucose and per pyruvate) 3. NADH (and how many produced both per glucose and per pyruvate) 4. FADH2 (and how many produced both per glucose and per pyruvate)
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Unformatted text preview: 5. ATP (and how many produced both per glucose and per pyruvate) 6. Oxaloacetate and how citrate is restored by acetyl CoA *omit all other intermediate steps Chapter 10 Things you need to know about photosynthesis Overview: Know the figure 10.5 completely The Calvin Cycle (Figure 10.18) 1. Know G3P (glyceraldehyde 3 phosphate) and what it is 2. Know how many CO2 molecules enter to make one G3P and to make one glucose 3. Know how many ATP molecules are used per G3P and per glucose made 4. Know how many NADPH molecules are used per G3P and per glucose made 5. Know what Rubisco is used for. 6. Know the 3 phases Carbon fixation, Reduction, and Regeneration and what they mean. *You do not have to know the names of any of the other intermediates....
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