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Location of Cellular Respiration Processes

1. Glycolysis: cytoplasm


2. Krebs Cycle & Oxidative phosphorylation: mt matrix


3. ETC: across the mt IM

An individual has uncontrolled diabetes, what happens to the metabolic pathways?

- any processes that are dependent on glu oxidation will be decreased & other processes to generate E will be increased


- FA oxidation is increased: cells break down f.a's to produce acetyl co-A which is fed into Krebs cycle: meaning amount of Acetyl-CoA increases


- the rate of glycolysis decreases, G6P from glycolysis is shunted to the PPP; less glycolysis= less G6P entering PPP than normal person=less NADPH being produced


- understand that to compensate and still make energy in a person with uncontrolled diabetes where the glu is not entering cells, the body finds other ways to make products of glycolysis/PDC, i.e. Acetyl-CoA to feed into Krebs cycle and still produce E to keep body alive.

Most oxidized compound in Glycolysis is

Pyruvate