Cellular Respiration The breakdown of glucose into ATP.

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Cellular Respiration The breakdown of glucose into ATP Slide 2 Mitochondria & Cellular Respiration Slide 3 Found in Both Plants & Animals Slide 4 Mitochondria & Cellular Respiration Found in Both Plants & Animals Breaks down GLUCOSE into ENERGY Slide 5 Mitochondria & Cellular Respiration Found in Both Plants & Animals Breaks down GLUCOSE into ENERGY Chemical formula is the same as photosynthesis but in reverse Slide 6 Cellular Respiration Slide 7 Cellular Respiration Foldable Create a pyramid foldable this will go on page 49 Use the foldable to complete your notes Slide 8 Glycolysis Happens in the cytoplasm (cytosol) of the cell We put in 2 ATP to start the process We make 4 ATP and break the glucose down into 2 molecules of pyruvate Since we paid 2 ATP up front to start the process we only Gained 2 ATP From glycolysis we get -2 ATP -2 pyruvate -2 NADH (goes to ETC) Pyruvate now travels to the mitochondria Slide 9 The Krebs Cycle / Citric Acid Cycle Occurs inside the mitochondria Is an aerobic process, NEEDS OXYGEN to work Breaks down the pyruvate into acetyl-CoA Net yield of 2 ATP Net yield of 6 NAHD & 2 FADH2 (this will help run the next process) Releases Carbon dioxide as waste Slide 10 Electron Transport Chain Final stage of Cellular Respiration Takes place in the mitochondria Electrons are released from NADH & FADH 2 as they pass through the inner mitochondrial membrane, as they go through electrons give up energy to create 28-32 ATP Hydrogen is also combined with Oxygen to form water Slide 11 Net Yield of each process Slide 12 Page 50 Fill out the Photosynthesis Cellular Respiration Chart

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