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Bio 15- Exam II/Midterm

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Bio 15- Exam II/Midterm BIO 150 (Section 6)

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Aerobic Respiration
BIO 150: Elements of Living Systems
Deborah R. Curry
Biology 150
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Date Created: 03/12/16
Bio 150- Quiz 2- Aerobic Respiration Study online 1.ATP Energy released from food is stored as this... 7. Fermentation 2.cristae Process by which cells release energy in the absence of oxygen 8. Glycolysis folds of the innter membrane of the mitochondria -the matrix-innermost compartment 3.double membrane -sugar-splitting-yield 2 ATP -One subpathway of aerobic cellular respiration -breakdown of glucose (C6 molecule) into2 pyruvic acid molecules END RESULT:2 molecules of pyruvic acid allows entrances and exits in the mitocondria pyruvate (C3 molecules)-4 ATP(net gain 2 4. ATP) e- derived from glucose 9. krebscycle 5.Electron Transport chain (krebs) the sub pathway of aerobic cellular respiration which produces the larget number of ATP molecules. 6.enzymesin the matrix second stage of cellular respiration, in which pyruvic acid is broken down intocarbon dioxide in a series of energy-extracting reactions (citric acid cycle) -produces a total of 4 CO2 & 2 ATPmolecules 10. for transition and reaction in the krebs cycle Mitocondrion powerhouse of the cell 11. NAD intermediate electron carriers. -coenzyme of oxidation-reduction reactions -"taxi service" 12. Oxygen final e- acceptor in aerobic respiration. 13. Redox reaction 1.NAD+ picks up one H atom & extra e- from 2nd H atom 2.NADH carries e- tolater stage of respiration and drops them off 3.NAD+ and NAD become oxidized and other coenzymes *atoms split during the process *used over and over 4.enzymes bring NAD+ together with glucose derivities for redox reactions


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