bio 101 glycolysis

bio 101 glycolysis - Chap 9 Respiration and Fermentation 1...

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Chap 9: Respiration and Fermentation 1) ATP needed for endergonic reactions. Couple endergonic rxns with exergonic rxns 1) Using Redox Reactions (transfer of electrons) to Produce ATP from Glucose in small steps. 1) Respiration: 1) Glycolysis in cytoplasm 2) Pyruvate Processing 3) Krebs Cycle in Mito Matrix 4) Electron Transport : Oxidative phosphorylation 4) Fermentation : Formation of NAD+
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4/7/11 Redox reaction: Reduction (gain e-) & Oxidation (lose
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4/7/11 Synthesis of CH2O 6 CO2 (carbon dioxide) Input of energ y Potential energy increases Electrons pulled closer to C; C is reduced Electrons pulled farther from O; O is oxidized Glucos e 6 O2 (oxyge n) 6 H2O (water) Glucose has four more CH2O groups like the one above Fig 9.4
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4/7/11 Burning of Glucose Glucos e 6 O 2 (oxyge n) Potential energy decreases 6 CO 2 (carbon dioxide) 6 H 2 O (water) + Energy (ATP)
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4/7/11 ATP consists of three phosphate groups, ribose, and adenine. ATP consists of three phosphate groups, ribose, and adenine.
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