Cellular Respiration Part 2
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The last step in cellular respiration is the electron transport chain, which occurs in the inner membrane of the mitochondria. The fully charged electron carriers, NADH and FADH2, come here from the Krebs cycle to make a larger amount of ATP.
During ETC, H+ ions build up in the intermembrane space, making it positively charged at the matrix negatively charged. ATP synthase comes into action to balance both sides and in that process, it makes ATP.
Also, the electrons are caught by the oxygen we breathe to make the final product of water. In total, 34 ATP molecules are made from the electron transport chain that we use for energy.
Thanks, I'm going to be so prepared next week in class.
That concludes everything about cellular respiration. I hope I made sense and didn't keep blabbering on.
Okay, I have to go home now. See you tomorrow at school.
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