process by which all living cells convert glucose into ATP
location of cellular respiration
to what cycle is cellular respiration associated?
does not require the use of oxygen
anaerobic respiration breaks down _______ into carbon compounds that can be used for Part 2 of cellular respiration
# of ATP organism gains in anaerobic
where does anaerobic cellular respiration occur in the cell?
1 molecule of glucose broken into 2 molecules of pyruvic acid without oxygen to make 2 ATP + 2 NADH
carried out by plants, yeast, and some microorganisms
the breakdown of pyruvic acid without oxygen to make 2 ATP + alcohol
lactic acid fermentation
animals (muscle cells)
the breakdown of pyruvic acid without oxygen to make 2 ATP + lactic acid
requires the use of oxygen
# of ATP organisms gain in aerobic
where does aerobic respiration occur in the cell?
two parts of aerobic respiration
uses pyruvic acid made in glycolysis to create hydrogen ions used later in ETC
where does Krebs cycle occur in mitochondria?
# of ATP created in Krebs cycle
takes hydrogen ions from Krebs cycle to make ATP
# of ATP produced in ETC
# of ATP from aerobic respiration
# of ATP from anaerobic respiration
# of ATP for cellular respiration as a whole
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