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Cellular Respiration
Process in which glucose is broken down
Formula
c6h12o6+o2enzymesH20+co2+ATP
Organisms
all organisms carry out cellular respiration
Organelle
mitochondria
Aerobic Respiration
requires oxygen
Anaerobice Respiration
doesn't require oxygen
Glycolysis
glucose breaks into pyuvic acid, located in the cytoplasm, anaerobic, 4 atp are produced, 2 are used
Citric Acid Cycle
glucose breaks into co2, located in mitocondira, aerobic, 2 ATP are produced, 2 are used
Electron Transport Chain
oxygen makes ATP, located in the inner membrane of the mitocondra, aerobic, 32 ATP are produced, 2 are used
Fermentation
used when there is a lack of oxygen
Lactic Acid Fermentation
only make 2 ATP, glycolysis-lactic acid, yogurt, cheese, sour crout
Alcoholic Fermentation
2 atp, glycolysis-ethyl alchol, bread, drinking alchol
ATP Molecule
Cellular Respiratin is more efficent