For flowing water, what is the magnitude of the velocitygradient needed to produce a shear stress of 1.0 N/m2?
BIO 1030 CHAPTER 6- B aldwin ATP Production: Potential energy of glucose to kinetic energy of ATP 1. Glycolysis: glucose goes through glycolysis to produce 2 ATP from each glucose, In addition, 2 pyruvate and 4H (metabolized; 2 NADH +H). NADH will provide potential energy for later on. Happ n he cytoplasm. 2. Pyruvate Oxidation: 2 pyruvates (1 glucose) produce 2 Acetyl CoA + 4H. We now have 8 hydrogens total. Happens in the mitochondria. 3. Citric Acid Cycle: Acetyl CoA enters and produces 8H + 1 ATP. Happens twice, so each glucose produces 16H (6 NADH; 2 FADH2) + 2 ATP. FADH does not have as much carrying capacity/energy as NADH. Each NADH is worth about 3 ATP, and each FADH is worth about 2 ATP. Happens in the mitochondrial matrix. 4. Electron Transport and Oxidative Phosphorylation: produces 3 ATP from each 2H. Therefore 20H produce 30 ATP. ETC occurs on the inner membrane (cristae). Oxidative phosphorylation occurs with F1 articles. 5. In total, up to 38 ATP are made from one molecule of glucose, but usually only produce 34-36. 6. Although #4 is really not that simple. Each NADH+H produces 3 ATP, however each