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CELLULAR RESPIRATION Breakdown sugars, release energy Energy is used to form ___ Sugars formed by photosynthesis Fig. 9.2
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CELLULAR RESPIRATION – can be broken into three main parts . . Electron Transport Chain Glycolysis Krebs Cycle
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Respiration involves many steps Aerobic respiration Glucose + O 2 to CO 2 plus H 2 O KNOW HOW TO BALANCE THE CARBONS!!! Glucose has 6 carbons --- so one glucose produces 6 CO 2 molecules
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______ donates electrons to O 2 forming H 2 O Aerobic respiration Produces the high energy molecules NADH and ATP NAD+ picks up electrons from glucose during glycolysis and the Krebs cycle forming NADH
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CO 2 and H 2 0 are produced Aerobic respiration consumes glucose and O 2 The energy released can make 36 ____ from ADP and phosphate
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Fig. 8.9
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Nicotinamide Adenine Dinucleotide Fig. 9.4 OXIDATION – REDUCTION REACTIONS Oxidation - electrons lost Reduction - electrons gained
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Oxidized form + + 2 H + + 2 e - NAD + NADH Reduced form + H + Still Fig. 9.4
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Fig. 9.6
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