1.Cellular respiration is the chemical reaction in which glucose and oxygen are turned into water carbon dioxide and energy ATP. In this reaction glucose and oxygen are reactants while water, carbon dioxide and energy ATP are products.
2.Each and every cell in every organism plant or animal must have oxygen in order to When it comes to the production of ATP each cell is on its own You will also notice that both glycolysis and the Kreb's cycle produce NADH plus two Input here is two pyruvate molecules from glycolysis and the output is six CO2....
3.The first reaction of the citric acid cycle is catalyzed by the enzyme citrate synthase. In this step, oxaloacetate is joined with acetyl-CoA to form citric acid. Once the two molecules are joined, a water molecule attacks the acetyl leading to the release of coenzyme A from the complex.... The Krebs cycle The electron transport chain Chemiosmosis The energy carriers List the Krebs Cycle inputs and outputs Diagram the structure of the NADH and FADH2 convey their electrons to the electron transport chain and hence can undergo cellular respiration under anaerobic conditions.
4.The electron transport chain is the stepwise process of cellular respiration that is responsible for producing Water with the help of oxygen we breathe up to 34 ATP thanks to the proton gradient NAD and FAD which are recycled to be used again in the Citric acid cycle and glycolysis... An electron transport chain is a series of compounds that transfer electrons from electron In bacteria the electron transport chain is located in their cell membrane The Gibbs free energy is the energy available free to do work In most organisms the majority of ATP is generated in electron transport chains
5.The biological processes of photosynthesis and plant cellular respiration include multiple biochemical steps occur simultaneously within plant cells and share common molecular components Yet learners often compartmentalize functions and specialization of cell organelles relevant to these two processes without considering the interconnections as well as the significance of the plant as an independent biological system functioning as a nested component within local and global ecosystems.

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