cell resperation

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  • I perform cellular respiration. I first perform glycolysis, in this step I take the glucose and break it down into 2 pyruvate molecules or 3 carbons. In this step the carbon get oxidized losing its electrons to NAD+ turning it into NADH 
  • In the process of glycolysis you convert the Glucose into two Pyruvates by using 2 ATP turning it into ADP.
  • Glucose
  • 2ATP
  • 2ADP
  • In the second part of glycolsis I oxidize the Carbon and create 2 ATP molecules and create NADH. This step happense twice as the glucose is split into 2. Creating 2 ATP in the end
  • Pyruvate
  • NAD+
  • 2ADP
  • 2ATP
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  • NADH
  • Co Enzyme A
  • NADH
  • NAD+
  • Acetyl COA
  • Pyruvate
  • CO2
  • That process converts the 3 carbon and turns it into 2 carbon removing CO2
  • Acetyl COA
  • 4 Carbon compound (Citric Acid)
  • This process is called the Krebs cycle. In this process the Acetyl COA adds with citric acid and forming a 6 carbon compound. In this step you form CO2 ,FADH2, NADH and 2 ATP.
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