CHAPTER 8 - GLYCOLYSIS AND CELLULAR RESPIRATION

CHAPTER 8 - GLYCOLYSIS AND CELLULAR RESPIRATION - CHAPTER 8...

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Opposite of photosynthesis formula Aerobic Respiration Creates 2 ATP Glycolysis - taking glucose and breaking it (Figure 8-2) How is the energy in glucose captured during glycolysis? Oxygen = cellular respiration in mitochondria No oxygen = fermentation in cytoplasm Respiration or Fermentation? Do not use oxygen Produce little ATP Lactate fermentation Alcoholic fermentation Fermentation Anaerobic Pathways Being with glycolysis Do not completely breakdown glucose Two ATP made Regenerate NAD+ Fermentation Pathways Your cells convert NADH to NAD+ Lactic acid is produced ATP production declines After hard exercise, muscles begin to switch to anaerobic respiration. Which of the following is NOT a bad consequence? Alcoholic fermentation occurs in the cytoplasm . Pyruvate -> Acetyl CoA 1) Acetyl CoA Formation (Figure 8-5) 1. NADH, FADH
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