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Unformatted text preview: Go to the next screen: The oxidation of 1 mole of glucose releases 686 kcals of energy. Only 7 kcals are required to synthesize one mole of ATP. So the oxidation of one mole of glucose releases enough energy to make 98 moles of Cd Mn Arr-owl at AT! m ATP 60% W20" .0: 1 Mar i m ""‘" .9 .3 pu— tau—nu.— 1...“... WW awe» m mam Energy Emmy "III-fl ICED“ 40% g1mammmu~numum “A" BUT M”*dhflh“mmmnfl ATP. However, only 38 moles of ATP is actually synthesized. We are not 100 % efficient and some of the energy always goes to waste, Only about m rel ener is ut to use to make ATP and 6 " is released as heat. B_9dy heat is the heat generated“ as a by- product of megboljcreacfions, Oxidation. JEFF“ 1mm E” , W M 110+ [00‘ 966.0%? (+07, ) Click the Home Menu Button c. < M 5: “$521 Click the Glycolysis Button: The oxidation of glucose occurs in m in View” s sta e that are carried out in different parts of the cell: 1) ycolysis— takes ‘15-;— Gem-'- W mmzz‘Jr place in the cytosol; 2) the Krebs cycle - occurs in the mitochondrial matrix; 93 i... 0 ”Wk“ N.” and 3) oxidative phosphorylation - occurs within the inner mitochondrial we .Knheyfi- Wm membrane. Oxygen is only consumed in stage 3. sea/”I 'ufiM/Q fl‘il’ (ems “Gum ~ ._ (1449‘ U’tbuu MY zen/xi :13 quvlr'finsck x s not: finals: . a? O 8 Click the see glycolysis button on this screen: Glycolysis means “splitting ,3. of sugar” It’s a lpgeaeWy with each reaction being catalyzed by a different Hurt" cytosolic enzyme. Each molecule of glucose is broken down into 2 molecules of ~47 “'51 at“: 1,!- pymvate. The next few screens will overview the steps involved 1n glycolysis. When ‘9“ pyruvate is formed the screen shown next will appear. «v50: 1 $7.? "tea cungTr’ i gee/«13%; _ agar/121C, bet-f 46% 6661241435 was} 6—5- Watkw 49M, : .ange (reduce “O m ‘fl’ 8:: "t" . t A, :33‘“ G0 to the next screen: When all reactants and products are accounted for the overall 92': m ; lhgg-w reaction of gycolysis produces a net of 2 molecules of ATP for each molecule of glucose ; t m”, ,Mm. consumed NOTE: Step 6— 2 molecules of NAD+ are reduced yielding 2 molecules of 1—“ - ‘ fixxmm NADH. The NADH will go off to the mner membrane of the mitochondria. M5: if” § .m. :51” a” 1:37:37 + ’P /’ 4 A‘o c' n Ult n (jojl4 ' '- w 7 21:”:— mm: 0 9+1» (:1. Dam" of“? €344? gape) _ 443° m- ama-um \ 03.42. 5 Elna-now _/ emuwum My Quo- nu gamqmmh-munnw-m— guy—n: Mmemnmm W - r G H + 2 0 It -1 / com, Reduction (0% I m m l \fi‘ Oxidation I + I}; m.— l L 9 Go to the next screen: We discussed NAD and NADH briefly during an earlier learning module. Recall that NAD (nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide) and flavin adenine dinucleotide GAD) function in the exchange of cellular energy. They transfer energy in the form of electrons. Both nucleotides work in conjunction with oxidative phosphorylation and we will discuss this process shortly. Page 2 of 5 ...
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