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DefinitionSubstrate in/outLocationItems producedGlycolysisA ten-step anaerobic catabolicprocess to provide energy bybreaking down glucose.Start with one 6-carbon glucosemoleculeThe 2 three carbonpyruvate moleculesleaveIn the cytosolof cells1.Two pyruvates2.Two net ATPmolecules3.Two Hydrogen ions4.Two H2O molecules(metabolic water)5.Two co-enzymemoleculesTCA cycle orKrebs/ Citricacid cycleThe third phase in oxidation ofacetyl CoA, when the storedenergy in acetyl CoA getsreleased in the electrontransport chain.2 carbons leaveevery time a acetylCoA comes into thecycleEnter as acetyl CoAIn themitochondria1.Eight differenthydrogen ions2.ATP3.CO24.Water5.3NADH (+) H+, andone FADH2 is formeafter each full cycleCori CycleThe redevelopment of glucosefrom lactate that is releasedfrom the muscles first.Start with lactic acidLeave out withglucose andpyruvateIn the liverNot on slide notesKetosis(Ketogenesis)Provides energy during fastingby producing ketone bodies.Start with acetylCoALeave out withketone bodiesThe liversmitochondria1. Ketone bodiesElectronTransport

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