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breaking down of a glucose molecule
respiration
process by which mitochondira breaks down food molecules to produce ATP
cellular respiration
photosynthesis/respiration
cheese dome experiment
plant gives something out that gives light/life to object
joseph priestly
plant gives
carbon out as a waste
no oxygen required
anaerobic
requires oxygen
aerobic
simple, quick not a lot of ATP
anaerobic
long, complex lots of ATP
aerobic
4 steps of cellular respiration
glycolysis, pyruvic acid cycle, citric acid cycle and electron transport chain
C^6 H^12 6o^2 goes to
6CO^2 6H^2O + energy
6 carbon glucose molecule is changed or broken down into 2 3 carbon molecules called pyruvic acid
glycolysis
occurs without O^2
glycolysis
produces h+ ions and electrons that combine with NAD(coenzyme)
glycolysis
occurs in the cytoplasm, produces 2 molecules at ATP, if O2 is present then the reaction proceeds to the mitochondria
glycolysis
CO^2 is released twice, happens in the mitochondria
pyruvic acid
3 carbon sugar is changed to acetic acid ( 2 carbon compound)
pyruvic acid
acetic acid + coenzyme A changes to acetyl COA
pyruvic acid
citric acid is broken down to a 5 carbon molecule and then to a 4 carbon molecules releasing CO2 at every step
citric acid
loss of 2CO2 molecules produces a 4 carbon recycle molecule and cycle starts over
citric acid
NAD & FAD pick up energy anf
H+ and electrons
a series of molecules that electrons move down releasing energy as they go
electron transport
molecules on the inside of the mitochondria ( 2 membranes), e- have high energy when they come in
electron transport
give off energy as they go down forming ATP from ADP + P
electron transport
final molecules is 02 (aerobic), h20 is released
electron transport
side of glycolysis
fermination
all living creatures, side order of glycolysis,
lactic acid fermination
not living, source of glucose and yeast
alcoholic fermination
both involve energy
alike
require enzymes and coenzymes
alike
both have cycles
alike
both occur in specific organisms
alike
involve movement of electrons in transport chains
alike
end products of one are the starting reactants of the other therefore they cycle
difference