cellular respiration

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  • Cells go through a process that breaks down glucose and transforms them into ATP energy
  • This Process is Called Cellular Respiration
  • There are two types of cellular Respiration: Aerobic ( with oxygen) Anaerobic (without oxygen)
  • It all starts when the plants get energy from the Sun (which starts the process of photosynthesis) 6H2O+6CO2---> C6H12O6+6O2
  • This glucose molecule is used in the process GLYCOLYSIS.
  • Glycolysis is the process in which the 6 carbon molecules are broken down into 2 pyruvic acid molecules that contain 3 carbon molecules each. Then, the pyruvic acid moves into another process called the Citric Cycle.
  • Glycolysis
  • The Krebs Cycle is when pyruvate molecules enter the mitochondria matrix and chemical energy. Also, ADP energy gains phosphate and it creates more ATP.
  • then, they are transported through the Electron Transport Chain and the NADH and FADH2 that were produced in the Krebs cycle are oxidized and release more ATP.
  • Finally, at the end of the process we get the molecules water, carbon dioxide, and ATP.
  • ATP
  • Grigori Sahakyan AP Biology (3) 10/03/16
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