Glossary of Cell Respiration(Aerobic and anareobic) ATP
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- What does ATP stand for? and what is it made of?
- Adneosine Triphosphate and Adenine, 3 phosphates and ribose
- Where is the most unstable bond next to the ribose or the last bond?
- last bond
- what does ATP turn into after energy is relased?
- ADP and the cycle starts over again.
- How many steps are there to Cell Respiration? and is it breathing?
- 3 steps. no
- What are the reactants and products?
- C6H12O6 + 6 O2=6H2O + 6CO2
- What is the structure of the mitochondria?
- Matrix, Outer Membrane, Inner Membrane, Inter Membrane, Cristate.
- What are the 3 steps to Cell Resp. in order?
- Glycolysis, Krebs Cycle, Electron Transport Chain
- What occurs in Glycolsis?
- Glucose is cut in half and NADH, 2 ATP (Net) produced and 2 pyruvate
- Which processes are Aerobic and which are Anaerobic??? and where do they occur?
- Aerobic: Krebs, mit. Matrix and mit. ETC, Inner Membrane
Anaerobic: Glycolis cytoplasm
- What is used and produced in the Krebs Cycle?
- Used:1 Pyruvate from Glycolisis
Produced: 1 ATP 4 NADH, 3 CO2
***Double for 2 pyruvate***
- How are electrons taken to the ETC?
- Via the NADH
- What is the total amount of ATP's produced in ETC?
- 32-34 ATP with NADH
- Total amount of ATP produced in Cell Respiration?
- 40 total- Glycolisis uses 2
Eukaryotes sometimes use 2 more
Total is 36-38 ATP
- How is H2O produced?
- electrons gather with some extra hydrogen then bond with the O2.
- What is the importance of Oxygen in Cell Resp.
What occurs when Oxygen isn't availble?
- if there wasn't any oxygen then the electrons couldn't be gathered and wouldn't be used.
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