Ahhh, I was wondering who bought that, well here it is.
Hello i'm here to pick up a Cellular Respiration model.
Oh yes, indeed now where was I...
Are you going to continue your explanation Bryan?
Ah yes well as i was saying after Glycolysis, two ATP is gained which provide energy for lots of
excluding the nucleus and the Glycolysis produces Pyruvate which grants more energy, this may be used in the Anaerobic Processes...
things and Glycolysis occours in the Cytoplasm which is eveyrthing inside the cell
Fermentation! It's energy being released without oxygen, and this produces lactic acid which is an organic acid which forms in the muscles during intense workouts. In Aerobic Respiration you'll start with the Kreb's Cycle which is a sequence of reactions that create energ, it takes place in the Mitochondria needs oxygen and produces CO2, this makes ADP iinto ATP.
Oh wow i see, please continue
The Kreb's Cycle has a net yield of two ATP six NADH and two FADH that shall be used in the Electron Transport Chain and that makes thirty-six ATP which is energy and respiration releases that energy to fuel Cellular activity.
Oh wow thanks for telling me that Bryan that's really interesting!