Cellular respiration

Cellular respiration
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  • Hi sir! Could you help me out with cellular respiration?
  • Hey sure! 
  • Well there are four stages. The first one is glycolisis, that's where it gets converted into two molecule pyruvates.
  • Also, a three carbon organic molecule. ATP is made and NADH is converted into NADH+
  • Thank you so much, it's really going to be helpful for my upcoming test.
  • Pyruvate Oxidation is the following stage.Each pyruvate goes into the mitochondria matrix.
  • They convert into a two-carbon molecule bound to Coenzyme A,Co2 is released&NAHD is generated.
  • Got it! What happens after?
  • Exactly!Acetyl CoA combines with a four-carbon molecule and goes through a cycle of reactions.
  • ATP,NADH,FADH2 are produced & co2 is released again.
  • The kerbs cycle is next right?
  • I know! Well this is the final stage..Oxidative Phosphorylation. The NADH&FADH2 deposit their electrons in the electron transport chain.
  • At the end of electron transport chain,oxygen accepts electrons and takes up protons to form water.
  • Wow! cellular respiration really goes through a lot.
  • You're welcome!
  • Thank you so much for your help! It was nice talking to you.
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