e- acceptor, coenzyme, traps high energy e- from glucose
removes 2H+ and 2e-, works on the substrarte, delivers to NAD+
Substrate Level Phosphorylation
enzyme adds phosphate group to molecule
Produces ATP by adding a phosphate group to ADP, exergonic slide of e-
partial or complete loss of e-
partial or complete gain of e-
O2 and H2O (Oxidized or reduced?) in cellular respiration
C6H12O6 and CO2 (Oxidized or reduced?) in cellular respiration
Forms.... when a P is added to the 6-carbon glucose
Forms.... when two Ps are added to the 6-carbon glucose
Glyceraldehyde 3 Phosphate (G3P)
Three carbon molecule with one phosphate group
the gene were cloning, removes the 2 H from G3P, and delivers the electrons and hydrogens to NAD+
NAD+ with electrons and hydrogens
1,3 Glyceraldehyde Phosphate (1,3GP)
3 carbon molecule with 2 phosphate groups attached
3 carbon molecule with one of the 2 phosphate groups taken off
3-carbon molecule made out of glucose, product of glycolysis
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