Cellular Resperation

Cellular Resperation
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  • How can we breath out carbon dioxide?
  • Can anyone tell me anything about cellular respiration?
  • We breath in oxygen and breath out carbon dioxide.
  • And that occurs occurs in two phases, glycolysis and the breakdown of glucose to pyruvic acid
  • The glucose molecule in our body is combined with oxygen in the cells of our body in a chemical reaction called "cellular oxidation"
  • energy released is trapped in the form of ATP for use by all the energy-consuming activities of the cell
  • cellular respiration is the process of oxidizing food molecules, like glucose, to carbon dioxide and water right?
  •  pyruvic acid is oxidized by NAD+ in the matrix
  • Mitochondria is the power house of a cell...
  • The electron transport chain carries electrons through the cytoplasm.
  • The inner membrane of the mitochondria contains NADH and ATP synthase
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