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Unit 2.0 Bio Project part 2
Updated: 9/23/2020
Unit 2.0 Bio Project part 2
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  • As the carbohydrates break down, more of the energy and sugars will be uncovered.
  • One of these sugars is known as glucose.
  • After eating the salad, the energy and sugar she gains will be stored as Carbs.
  • Glucose:
  • C6 + H12 + O6
  • 2 net ATP produced2 NADH
  • Pyruvate(3C)
  • At this point, pyruvates have entered the mitochondirion. Each pyruvate loses an electron and becomes acetyl coa.
  • Pyruvate(3C)
  • acetyl-CoA
  • acetyl-CoA
  • 3c
  • 3c
  • E
  • E
  • 1 ATP
  • 1 ATP
  • 3 NADH
  • 3 NADH
  • =
  • =
  • 1 FADH2
  • 1 FADH2
  • acetly-CoA
  • acetly-CoA
  • Electron
  • This electron will be used to convert NAD+ to NADPH
  • By-Product: 1 Co2
  • By-Product: 1 Co2
  • MM
  • IMM
  • IMS
  • NADH & FADH2
  • The electron Carrier Molecules, NADPH and FADPH2, transfer the electrons to the inner Mitochondrial membrane
  • ATP Synthase
  • NADPH NAD+
  • Complex 1
  • The electron carrier molecules each give up electrons
  • H+
  • H+
  • -e
  • Complex 2
  • H+
  • FADPH2 FAD
  • H+
  • -e
  • H+
  • Complex 4
  • H+
  • -e
  • H+
  • 2H+1/2 O2
  • H+
  • Complex 5
  • H+
  • -e
  • H2O
  • H+
  • H+
  • H+
  • ADP
  • ATP Synthase
  • H+
  • H+
  • H+
  • H+
  • H+
  • ATP synthase is activated by the hydrogen molecules and an extra phosphate is added to the ADP. ATP is formed.
  • H+
  • H+
  • ADP +
  • ATP Synthase
  • H+
  • Phosphate
  • H+
  • =
  • ATP
  • H+
  • H+
  • H+
  • H+
  • H+
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