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18 Cards in this Set

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Anaerobic reaction smell

Sulfur bacterial smell

Glycolysis products

4 molecules of ATP(2 are recycled for further glycolisis)

2 molocules of NADH

2 molecules of pyruvate

Aerobic reaction in presence of

Takes place in presence of oxygen


Breaks glucose to

4 atp (2 are recycled into further ) 2 molocules NAHD a coenzyme

And 2 pyruvate molecules

Aerobic cellular respiration

Two pyruvates from glycolisis are broken down to 2 molecules of acetyl coenzyme A and 2 molecules of CO2 in mitochondria

NAD+ acts to remove electrons from pyruvate and forms two NADH

Citric acid cycle or creb cycle products

2 atp

4 molecules of CO2

6 molecules of NADH

2 molecules of FADH2

Alcoholic fermentation products

Ethyl alcohol C2H5OH


2 ATP (net of 4)

Lactic acid fermentation products

Lactic acid C3H5O3

2 molecules of ATP (4 net)

Reaction for aerobic cellular respiration (basic formula)

C6H12O6 + 6O2 = 6 CO2 + 6H20

ATP broken down


Electron transport chain products


32 ATP(36 total atp)


Yeast experiment results

No reaction in pure water or starch

Respiration took place in glucose

Aerobic respiration in ()

Anaerobic respiration in ()

Mitochondria and cytosol

Glycolysis takes place in


Occurs in both fermentation and aerobic cellular respiration

Glucose source


Final electron acceptor of electron transport chain

Is oxygen and this results in water


Facilitates removal of electrons from pyruvate and forms 2 molocules of NADH

CoA acytl coenzyme a

convey the carbon atoms within the acetyl group to the citric acid cycle (Krebs cycle)