Cells produce energy though
a chemical reaction
energy necessary to get a chemical reaction going
When a chemical reaction has started
it can produce a large amount of energy
a multi stage process to breakdown glucose into CO2 and water without releasing unmanageable amounts of energy at any one time.
What can be both aerobic and anerobic?
What is are the four stages of the aerobic cellular process?
1)breaking down of glucose into 2 pyruvis acid molecules, 2) forming of acetyl coenzyme that occurs in the mitochondria, 3) Kreb's citric acid cycle, 4) electron transport system
the breakdown of glucose into two pyruvic acid molecules.
Where does gylcolysis occur?
In the cytoplasm
Where does Kreb's citric acid cycle occur?
in the mitochondria
Where does the Electron Transport System occur?
In the mitochondria?
What process in the aerobic cellular respiration produces the most energy?
The Electron Transport System
a form of anerobic respiration
What produces alcohol or lactic acid?
What type of conditions would limit aerobic cells to glycolysis and only produce 2ATP?
2 ATP from glycolysis