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Lecture 10: Cellular Respiration The only chemicals you need to know from this lecture are glucose, carbon dioxide, pyruvic acid, lactic acid, ethanol, NAD (H) and ATP and the respiratory inhibitors, cyanide and carbon monoxide. You should know Robert Boyle, James Priestley, Antoine Lavosier, Eduard Buchner and Hans Krebs. Questions you should be able to answer after today’s lecture. 1. What is the function of cellular respiration? Where does it take place? a. Bring in oxygen and release co2 2. What are the differences and similarities between aerobic and anerobic respiration? a. Areobic respirations results in about 38 tat/glucose. b. Anerobic “ “ 2ATP/glucose c. Something to do with pyruvic acid 3. How is nutrition in terms of Calories, vitamin B1 and vitamin B3 related to cellular respiration? a. B1 is only necessary for aerobic energy metabolism. Whereas every cell requires niacin (B3) which is an essential component of NAD, a cofactor in anaerobic and aerobic energy metabolism. 4.
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This note was uploaded on 09/24/2007 for the course BIO G 110 taught by Professor Wayne,r. during the Spring '07 term at Cornell University (Engineering School).

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