second stage of cellular respiration
liquid filled center of mitochonrion where the Kreb's cycle occurs
Reactant for the Krebs cycle
end product of Krebs cycle; where all the carbons from glucose or pyruvic acid end up; exhaled out of the body
high energy compound that carries electrons to be used later (eight are made during the whole Krebs cycle from each glucose)
high energy compound that carries electrons to be used later (two formed during the full Krebs cycle); contains less energy than the other high energy compound NADH
two of these energy compounds are made during the Krebs cycle from an initial glucose
process that makes 2 pyruvic acids for the Krebs cycle
compound from which 2 pyruvic acids originate during glycolysis
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