Cellular_Respiration-Overview-2009

Glycolysis1ststep splitglucosemolecule2pyruvicacid

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Unformatted text preview: lysis – 1st step split glucose molecule 2 pyruvic acid molecules C­C­C­C­C­C C­C­C C­C­C makes 2 ATP (net) [makes 4 – uses 2] takes place in the cytoplasm outside mitochondria If No Oxygen is Available Anaerobic Respiration Anaerobic A Fermentation Process lactic acid fermentation makes lactic acid in animals Muscles with no oxygen begin lactic acid fermentation If No Oxygen is Available Anaerobic Respiration Anaerobic A Fermentation Process ethyl alcohol fermentation makes alcohol and CO2 • Ethyl alcohol is an grapes → wine important source of in yeast/fungus→bread fuel alternative in bacteria (prokaryotes) If Oxygen is Available If Aerobic Respiration Aerobic (mitochondria) Krebs Cycle/Citric Acid Cycle 2 ATP made Electron Transport Chain 32 ATP made Total = 36 ATP Eukaryotes Aerobic Respiration Krebs Cycle Krebs Uses pyruvic acid from glycolysis Pyruvic acid broken dow...
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