Cellular Respiration: Review
Cellular Respiration: Review 1005-11
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102314 Cellular Respiration Review Anaerobic Cellular Respiration slow does not require oxygen uncomplicated Aerobic Cellular Respiration fast requires oxygen mitochondria glycolysis takes the 6 carbon glucose and ADP related to ATP and produces NAD an empty electron transporter and a 3 carbon pyruvate splits glucose in half in the process ATP is made NADH is the full transporter of electrons the process of recycling NADH into NAD is fermentation in eukaryotes fermentation produces lactic acid in prokaryotes fermentation produces alcohol ethanol and CO2 chemical process electrical process chemical process Kreb Cycle takes pyruvate converts it to CO2 and produces the electron carries NAD and NADH oxidative phosphorylation the electron transport chain hamesses the electricity from the NADHNAD powers the production of ADP and ATP synthase light reactions require light and change light energy into electricity via chemical energy dark reactions do not require light other compounds can enter the ATP production process at various times glycerol triglycerides and fatty acids acetyl can enter during glycolysis amino acids can enter during the citric acid cycle phosphocreatine a compound available in our cells creates ATP by attaching a phosphate to ADP at the very first contraction of our muscles Poisons many poisons work by interfering with ATP production arsenic prevents the Kreb cycle rotenone cyanide carbon monoxide blocks the electron transport chain oligomycin inhibits ATP synthase dinitrophenol diet drug causes membrane leaks
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