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From glycolysis to the end of the krebs cycle, how many ATP are produced from one glucose molecule via substrate-level phosphorylation?
One glucose molecule yields two net ATP from glycolysis and 1 ATP (via GTP) for each turn of the Citric Acid Cycle for a total of 4 ATP produced by substrate-level phosphorylation
How many ATP are produced from oxidative phosphorylation in prokaryotes and eukaryotes?
34 for prokaryotes and 32 for eukaryotes
Why do prokaryotes produce more ATP during oxidative phosphorylation than eukaryotes?
Because the two NADH of glycolysis don't have to cross an inner mitochondrial membrane causing them to lose energy
How many NADH are produced during glycolysis? For Eukaryotes and Prokaryotes?
2 for both
How many ATP do each NADH molecule generate from glycolysis? From Pyruvate Decarboxylation and the CAC?
The NADH from glycolysis only generate 2 ATP per NADH because these NADH deliver their electrons to the 2nd carrier protein complex, Q, which bypasses the the first complex. The other NADH molecules yield 3 ATP.
How many ATP are produced from one FADH2 molecule in glycolysis? In Pyruvate Decarboxylation and the CAC?
2 ATP for all
When glucose supplies run low the body uses these three things as energy reserves.
What are Carbohydrate, Fats, and Proteins?
Dissacharides are hydrolyzed into _________.
________ stored in the liver can also be converted to the aforementioned.
Monosaccharides, which can be converted into glucose or glucose intermediates.