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cellular respiration

glycolysisThe sequence of enzyme - catalyzed reactions that converts a six carbon glucose molecule into two three-carbon molecules of pyruvate
oxidative respirationaerobic chemicals reactions that follow glycolysis and that produce large amounts of ATP
acetyl-CoAMolecule derived from glucose and fatty acid metabilism; compound that enters the Krebs cycle
Krebs cyclea cyclic biochemical pathway of cellular respiration that uses pyruvate from glycolysis, release CO2, and produces ATP, NADH, and FADH2
fermintationanaerobic halfway of cellular respiration that converts pyruvate to either lactic acid or Ethyl Alcohol or carbon dioxide
aerobicmetablic processes that require oxygen
anaerobicmetabolic processes that do not require oxygen
NADP+a coenzyme that carries hydrogen atoms and energy from one place to another in a cell
pyruvatesalt of pyruvic acid that is produced by the breaking down of glucose during glycosis
lactic acidcauses muscle cells to feel sore, if oxygen becomes available, it is converted back to pyruvate
cellular respirationprocess by which living things obtain energy from the bonds of food molecules
Ethyl Alcohol + CO2when electrons from glycolysis are added to carbon molecule

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