Medical Microbiology 108 Unit 2 Review
Medical Microbiology 108 Unit 2 Review Bio 108
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Medical Microbiology Unit 2 Final exam Review Unit 2 Aerobic Respiration Glycolysis Glucose gets oxidized to C02 6 carbon sugar Glucose gets broken down into pyruvate 2 molecules NAD gains electrons to form NADH Reduction from glucose we get 0 ATP 0 NADH 0 2 pyruvate Pyruvate Oxidation TCA Cycle Carbon atoms are oxidized to gas 0 3CO2 from each pyruvate We get 0 ATP 0 Lots of NADH2 0 organic carbon gets burned to CO2 Review question Phospholipids are amph Electron Transport Chain Occurs in mitochondria Electrons travel through electron transfer chain Electrons go to the Oxygen atom at the end 0 02 gets reduced to H20 0 Oxygen is known as the terminal electron acceptor Strict Aerobe can only use Aerobic respiration to make ATP 0 Gets a lot of energy from this 38 ATP Anaerobic Respiration Glycolysis takes place Pyruvate Oxidation takes place ETC takes place but you don39t use oxygen something like sulfurnitrogen 0 34 ATP 0 Strict aerobe cannot grow using anaerobic respiration but a facultative aerobe can Fermentation Only get 2 ATP from glycolysis 0 Aerobic enVironment on body is skin gastrointestinal tract respiratory system
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