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the three-carbon compound that is produced during glycolysis and needed for both the aerobic and anaerobic pathways of cellular respiration that follow glycolysis
Where in the sequence of reactions within cellular respiration does glycolysis occur?
Glycolysis occurs first
Where does glycolysis take place?
What are the inputs of glycolysis?
Glucose, ATP, NAD+, ADP
What are the outputs of glycolysis?
Pyruvic acid, ATP, NADH
What is the 3-carbon molecule called in glycolysis that formulates from the splitting of glucose, which is a 6-carbon sugar?
What are the benefits of glycolysis?
Quick, doesn't require oxygen, quickly supplies chemical energy to cells when oxygen is unavailable
What are the drawbacks of glycolysis?
Produces a small amount of ATP per glucose molecule, not an efficient process, makes a small trickle of ATP's to sustain the process for some time, does not generate any ATP's to be moving forward
How many ATP's are invested into the Krebs Cycle?
What occurs if cells are NOT exposed to oxygen for a considerable amount of time?
What are products of fermentation?
Lactate and Ethanol
What is fermentation?
Making ATP w/out oxygen
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