There are a few things that go along with eukaryotes which are, plants, fungi and protozoa. The net ATP yield for eukaryotic cells are 2 ATP moving through membranes, however, in other words only have 36 ATP. How many chemical reactions (steps) are involved? Briefly describe them.

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There are a few things that go along with eukaryotes which are, plants, fungi and protozoa. The net ATP yield for eukaryotic cells are 2 ATP moving through membranes, however, in other words only have 36 ATP. 

  1. How many chemical reactions (steps) are involved? Briefly describe them.
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Cellular respiration can be defined as a set of metabolic processes that occurs in the cells of organisms. It involves the breakdown of large molecules into smaller ones to release energy. The released energy is then stored in the form of adenosine triphosphate (ATP) molecules. The waste products ...

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