06 Respiration - Cellular Respiration I.Cellular...

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Cellular Respiration I.Cellular respiration converts energy stored in chemical bonds into energy used by cells A.Cells use ATP (adenosine triphosphate) as their energy source B.ATP can supply energy to cells because it stores energy obtained from food C.The Structure of ATP D.A nucleotide made up of an adenine (base), sugar, and 3 negatively-charged phosphates E.The release of a phosphate from ATP liberates stored energy that can be used by cellular processes II.The Structure and function of ATP A.When ATP releases a phosphate, it becomes ADP (adenosine diphosphate) B.The phosphate is donated to another molecule in a process called phosphorylation C.The Functions of ATP 1.Mechanical work 2.Transport work 3.Chemical work D.ATP is in high demand and is regenerated from ADP through cellular respiration III.Cellular Respiration A.Aerobic respiration requires oxygen to complete B.Humans breathe in to supply oxygen to their cells C.Exhalation gives off carbon dioxide, a waste product of respiration D.A General Overview of Cellular Respiration 1.Food is broken down to produce ATP 2.The equation for carbohydrate breakdown:
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