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If you are running as fast as you can for 25 minutes, tell me how you are going to get your energy and when?
First you will use Stock supply, then ATP fermentation, those last about 90 seconds. Lastly you will use ATP cellular respiration
Why are cellular respiration and photosynthesis called "opposite" processes?
because their formula are the complelte opposite.
List the 3 stages of Cellular respiration and tell specifically where each of these occur
glycocsis-cytoplasm
Kreb cycle-matrix
ETC-inner membrane
How many ATP molecules can be made form 1 glucose molecule if oxygen is absent
2
How many ATP molecules can be made from 1 glucose moles if oxygen is present
36
What are the carrier molecules produced in the Kreb cycle
NADH and FADH2
Single carbon atoms broken off Citric acid and relased as what
CO2
In gylcolysis, glucose is broken down into 2 pyruvic acid molecule. How many carbon atoms are in 1 pyruvic acid
3
What is the main molecuel used for energy STORAGE in animals
glucose
The process does not require oxygen
anaerobic
The process does require oxygen
aerobic
product of cellular respiration
water
cellular respiration releases energy by breaking down
suger molecule
what produces color change, like the one in the lab
CO2
muscule soreness
latic acid fermentation
glycosis provides a net gain of how many ATP molecules
2 ATP
the first stage of fermentation
gylocolsis