Cellular Respiration

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Chapter 9 Cellular Respiration — Objectives — Equation for Cellular Respiration — Electron Carriers and Redox Reactions — Process of Cell Respiration — Glycolysis — Prep Reaction — Krebs Cycle (Citric Acid Cycle) — Electron Transport Chain — Fermentation — The Ingredients — You already know what is needed for Cellular Respiration Food + Oxygen Carbon Dioxide+ Water +ENERGY! C6H12O6 + O2 CO2 +H2O + ATP — Redox Reactions (the shuffling of electrons) • Most of the reactions involved in the process are possible because of the redox reaction of NAD, an electron carrier • Oxidation – a reaction in which a substance loses electrons C6H1206 CO2 • Reduction – a…show more content…
No that's not all! 2 Molecules of ATP(e) 2 Molecules of NADH Pryuvates move to the mitochondria And go through some conversions They transform to acetyl CoA And that's the alteration We get out one NADH Now on to a rotation The Krebs cycle goes round and round Every turn yields one Tri-Phosphate We also get one FADH2 Which is used in the final formation With 3 NADHs Now Electron Translocation That's the end of the current phase The next has oxidation Now let's move to the final stage Of Cellular Respiration Just get a clue As we move to Oxidative Phosphorylation Oxidative Phosphorylation Oxidative Phosphorylation Oxidative Phosphorylation FADH2 is the silver in the cell NADH
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