Cellular Respiration

Cellular Respiration
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  • Hey, dad! Where do you get the energy to lift for so long?
  • Please don't get into one of your scientific lectures agai-
  • Well, because I’m a human, or a type of organism, I can do cellular respiration.
  • Shouldn't have said anything...
  • Cellular respiration is the process that all organisms go through to make ATP, or energy, to function.
  • Just two?
  • The first step is glycolysis. In the cytoplasm of a cell, glucose, a type of carb from the foods you eat, is broken down into pyruvic acid. Two ATPs are created.
  • Well, this is just for one molecule of glucose, and the first of three steps. The second step is called the Kreb cycle. It takes place in the center of mitochondria, called the matrix.
  • Lemons?
  • In this step, the pyruvic acid releases carbon dioxide to break down further into something called acetyl-CoA. This substance combines with a four-carbon molecule to create citric acid.
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