Cellular Respiration

Cellular Respiration
Deshanna Smith
This is my assignment on Cellular Respiration
Part 1
I have reviewed and I understand the chart completely.
Part 11
  1. Carbon dioxide (CO2) given off citric acid cycle.
  2. Water (H2O) formed electron transport chain.
  3. The pathway involved in G3P is glycolysis.
  4. NADH becomes NAD+ is electron transport chain
  5. The pathway involved in oxidative phosphorylation is electron transport chain
  6. The pathway involved in cytochrome carriers is electron transport chain.
  7. The pathway involved in pyruvate is glycolysis.
  8. FAD becomes FADH2 is citric acid cycle.
  9. The prep reaction connects glycolysis to the citric acid cycle, gives off CO2, uses NAD+, and results in an acetyl group.
  10. The greatest contributor of electrons to the electron transport chain is the citric acid cycle.
  11. Substrate-level phosphorylation takes in glycolysis and the citric acid cycle.
  12. NADH donates electrons to electron transport chain is not true of fermentation.
  13. Fatty acids are broken down to acetyl groups, which enter the citric acid cycle.
  14. There are three (3) ATP molecules are usually produced per NADH.
  15. There are ten (10) NADH molecules are produced during the complete breakdown of one molecule of glucose.
  16. Chemiosmosis is the name of the process that adds the third phosphate to an ADP molecule using the flow of hydrogen ions.
  17. Lactic acid, alcohol, and CO2 are the possible products of fermentation.
  18. The metabolic process that produces the most ATP molecules is electron transport chain.
  19. The citric acid cycle includes the prep reaction.
  20. The electron transport chain produces more NADH than any metabolic pathway.