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BS 161 Weekly Notes: Intro to Cellular Respiration

by: Sarah Struble

BS 161 Weekly Notes: Intro to Cellular Respiration BS 161

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Sarah Struble
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Cell and Molecular Biology
D. Koslowsky, J. Merrill

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BS 161 Weekly Notes: Intro to Cellular Respiration Includes types of cellular respiration, types of reactions, diagrams, steps of cellular respiration
Cell and Molecular Biology
D. Koslowsky, J. Merrill
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This 3 page Class Notes was uploaded by Sarah Struble on Friday October 16, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to BS 161 at Michigan State University taught by D. Koslowsky, J. Merrill in Fall 2015. Since its upload, it has received 46 views. For similar materials see Cell and Molecular Biology in Biology at Michigan State University.

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Date Created: 10/16/15
BS 161 Weekly Notes Goals How do cells get the energy they need Overview of Cellular respiration Glycolysis ATP and NADH energy management molecules ATP nucleic acid adenosine tri phosphate ADP 2 Phosphates AMP 1 Phophate ATP H2o exergonic J Delta G 73 1 endergonic QADP L k Delta G 73 How ATP Performs Work 3 Kinds of cellular work all powered by ATP mechanical transport ex NaK pump chemical Endergonic Reaction in ATP phosphorylates Glu ATPQ LAW 4W4 X Glu NH3 gt Glu NH2 ATP gt ADP Pi Redox Reactions Tracing e move between molecules e carriers NAD accepts 2 e and H to become NADH 1of3 can be reversed Delta G 53 Living Systems Energy Flows Matter Cycles I Sun Energy I W I Photosynth I C02 H20 organic molecules 02 results from cell resp k mitochondria l ATP powers cellular work Cellular Resp in l iii heat energy entropy Life if driven by energy Autotrophs photosynthesis Heterotrophs eats to get energy ALL organisms use cellular respiration to extract energy Types of Respiration Aerobic Resp final electron acceptor is 02 Anaerobic Resp final e acceptor is an inorganic molecule other than 02 Fermentation final e acceptor is an organic molecule Aerobic Respiration C6H1206 gt 6002 6H20 glucose Delta G 686 cells do this in small steps 20f3 30f3 How is ATP Generated 2 ways 1 substratelevel phosphorylation 2 oxidative phosphorylation 4 Stages of Cellular Respiration 1 Glycolysis 2 Pyruvate Oxidation 3 Krebs Cycle 4 Electron Transport Chain 2 039 Glycolysis 10step biochemical pathway takes place in cytoplasm converts 1 Glucose 6 Carbons into 2 pyruvate 3 Carbons on each Net production of 2 ATP per glucose by substratelevel phosphorylation 2 NADH


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