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Here in the ocean, animals like me depend to cellular respiration for the energy they need
Cellular respiration begins with a single glucose molecule, which is broken down into Pyruvic Acid during Glycolysis, the first stage of Respiration. This is called Pyruvic Oxidation.
Also in Glycolysis, an acceptor molecule called NAD+ turns into NADH when it accepts electrons. ADP is converted into ATP when it is joined with a phosphate molecule.
The next stage called the Kreb's Cycle, also known as the Citric Acid cycle. In the matrix Acetyl CoA is used. Another acceptor molecule, FAD, becomes FADH2.
C6H12O6 + 6O2 → 6CO2 + 6H2O + 38 ATP The End
Finally, in the Electron Transport Chain, ATP Synthase and protons are used to create 34 molecules of ATP. This takes place in the Inner Membrane.
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