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Cellulare Respriation
Process in which glucose is broken down
Organisms
all organisms caryy out cellular respiration
Organelle
mitochondria
Aerobic Respriation
requires oxygen
Anaerobic Respiration
does not require oxygen
Glycolysis
Glucose breaks into pyrovic acid. located in the cytoplams, anaerobic, 4 atp are produced, 2 are used
Citric Acid Cycle
glucose breaks into co2, located in the mitochondria, aerobic, 2 atp are produced and 2 are used.
Electron Transport Chaine
Inner membrane of mitochondria, aerobic, oxygen makes atp, 32 atp produced and 36 used.
Fermentation
when your body breaks fown sugar.
lack of oxygen
Lactic Acid Fermentation
gycolysis--> lactic acid, yogurt, cheese, sour crout, only makes 2 atp
Alocoholic Fermenatation
gycolysis--> ethyl alcohol, 2 atp, bugs
Photosynthesis
Process plants use to trap sunlight and make glucose and energy
Organisms
Plants, protozoan, algae
Organelle
chloroplasts
Light Dependent Reaction
converts light eneergy into chemical energy.
Chlorophyll
abosrbs most wave lengths of light except for green
Electron Transport Chain
a series of protiens embedded in the thylakoid mambrane
ATP
energy molecule
Photolysis
replacing water molecules, each molecule produces energy molecule of oxygen gas, 2 hydrogen ions and 2 electrons