Cellular Respiration

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Section 1

Question Answer
Aerobic cellular respirationrequires oxygen.
Glycolosis occurs in thecytoplasm.
ATP generation for glycolosis isis Substrate Level Phosphorylation.
The input for glycolosis is 1 glucose; 2 ATP
The output for glycolosis is2 pyruvic acid; 4 ATP [2 NET ATP]; 2 NADH.
The Kreb Cycle occursin the matrix of the mitochondria.
ATP generation for The Kreb Cycle isSubstrate Level Phosphorylation.
The input for The Kreb Cycle is2 Acetyl CoA [from 2 pyruvic acid].
The output for The Kreb Cycle is4 CO2, 2 ATP, 6 NADH [+2 from 2 pyruvic acid conversions into 2 Acetyl CoA].

Section 2

Question Answer
Electron Transport occurson the inner membrane of the mitchondria.
ATP generation for Electron Transport is chemiosmosis.
The input for Electron Transport is10 NADH; 2 FADH2 [high energy electrons from these compounds].
The output for Electron Transport is30 ATP + 4 ATP = 34 ATP.
The ATP summary is 2 ATP from Glycolosis + 2 ATP from Kreb Cycle + 34 ATP from Electron Transport = 38 - 2 [blah blah] for a total of 36.
The liver, kidney and cardiac musclewill produce 38 ATPs as they are highly metabolic cells.
Lactic Acid Fermentation occurs in the cytoplasm.
ATP generation from Lactic Acid Fermentationis Substrate Level Phosphorylation.
The input for Lactic Acid Fermentation is1 glucose; 2 ATP, 2 NADH.
The output for Lactic Acid Fermentation is2 lactic acid; 4 ATP [2 net]; 2 NAD+. BOTTOM LINE - 2 ATPs

Section 3