Cellular respiration

Cellular respiration

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  • The chemical process that generates most of the energy in the cell, supplying molecules needed to make the metabolic reactions (see metabolism) of an organism run. Note: The main carrier of energy in metabolism is the molecule ATP.
  • Cellular Respiration 
  • 6H20+6C02—C6H1206+602
  • it all starts with the sun
  • The sun starts a process called photosynthesis, this is where plants use sunlight and carbon to create energy.
  • Gluecose molecule is used to create glycosis
  • during glycosis, a gluecose molecule containing 6 carbón is broken down into 2 pyruvic Acid molecules containing 3 carbons each. There is a net gain in energy like ATP
  • Pyruvate Cycle (3C)
  • Glucoses (6C)
  • ATP net gain
  • ATP
  • CO2
  • Using the gluecose that photosynthesis produces to form ATP
  • C6H12O6 + 6O2 --> 6CO2 + 6H2O + 36
  • 38 ATP is the end product
  • cellular respiration equation 
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