Cellular Respiration By jordan wheeler

The Chemical Formula for Cellular Respiration is C6H12O6+O2→CO2+H2O+energy and the reaction for Cellular Respiration is Redox.
steps of Glycolysis :# 1. 2 ATPs are needed to get this process started (activation energy) #2. The break down of glucose occcurs in the CYTOPLASM. # 3. This creates two 3 carbon compounds. (anerobic and called glycolysis because you are lysing the glucose into pyruvate which releases 4 ATPs but only yeilds a net of 2) #4.The metabollic pathway of glycolysis is divergent and each pyruvic acid becomes an ACETYL CoA and enters a cyclic pathway known as the KREB'S CYCLE (must be aerobic)
The Location of the glycolysis is in the cytoplasm
Inputs: 6C Glucose, 2 NAD+, 2 ATP, 4 ASP AND 4P outputs: 2 (3C) pyruvate, 2 NADH, 2 ADP, 4 ATP - occurs in the cytoplasm - 2 ATP net gain
Prokaryotes and Eukaryotes both undergo glycolysis. Glycolysis by itself does release a small amount of energy from glucose. This reaction is anaerobic because it does not require oxygen to take place.
The first Step of the Krebs cycle is catalyzed by the enzyme citrate synthase. In this step, oxaloacetate is connected with acetyl-CoA to form Krebs cycle . Once the two molecules are connected, a water molecule striks the acetyl leading to the release of coenzyme A from the complex.
The Location of the Krebs cycle is in the Mitochondrion
The Main steps of the Electron Transport Chain are Two electrons are passed from NADH into the NADH dehydrogenase complex. Coupled with this transfer is the pumping of one hydrogen ion for each electron.
The location of the Electron Transport Chain is found in the inner mitochondrial membrane


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