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cellular respiration
the process where mitochondria break food to make ATP
aerobic respiration
oxygen is required
anerobic respiration
no oxygen is required
glycosis
-anerobic
-series of anerobic chemichal reactions in the cytoplasm that break down glucose into pruvic acid
-forms 2 ATP
citric acid cycle
- areobic
-in cellular respiration, series of chemichal reactions that break down glucose and produce ATP
electron transport chain
pass energized electrons from molecule to molecule

creates 32 ATP
fermentation
-anerobic
follows glycosis and provides a wayto continue producing ATP until oxygen is available again
lactic acid fermentation
-anerobic
-series of anerobic chemichal reacions in which pyruvic acid uses DADPH to form lactic acid and NAD+ which is then used in glycosis supplies energy when oxygen is scarce
alcoholic fermentation
-anerobic
-anerobic process where cells convert pyruvic acid into carbon dioxide and ethyl alcohol'carried out by many bactgeria and fungi such as yeasts
atp molecule
energy storing molecule in the cells composed of and adenosine olecule,a ribose sugar and three phosphate groups, energy is stored in the moleculdes chemical bonds and an be used quickly and easily by cells