Respiration

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a mind map of the overview of photosynthesis

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Respiration
  1. Glycolysis
    1. Glucose (6C)
      1. Glucose phosphate (6C)
        1. Fructose phosphate (6C)
          1. Fructose biphosphate (6C)
            1. 2x Triose phosphate (3C)
              1. 2x GP (3C)
                1. 2x Pyruvate (3C)
                  1. 2ADP
                  2. 2ATP
                  3. 2ATP
                    1. 2rNAD
                    2. 2ADP
                      1. 2NAD
                  4. ATP
                    1. ADP
                  5. ATP
                    1. ADP
                    2. Yield: 2Pyruvate 2ATP (net) 2rNAD
                      1. Occurs in the cytoplasm of all cells
                        1. DOES NOT REQUIRE OXYGEN
                          1. purpose is to create pyruvate for link reaction
                          2. Link Reaction and Krebs Cycle
                            1. Pyruvate
                              1. Acetyl CoA
                                1. Acetate (2C)
                                  1. Citrate (6C)
                                    1. 5C Compound
                                      1. 4C Compound
                                        1. 4C Compound
                                          1. 4C Compound
                                            1. Oxaloacetate (4C)
                                              1. rNAD
                                              2. rNAD
                                              3. ATP
                                              4. CO2
                                                1. rNAD
                                              5. CO2
                                                1. rNAD
                                            2. CoA
                                            3. CO2
                                            4. Occurs in the matrix of mitochondria
                                              1. Purpose is to create rNAD and rFAD for ETC
                                              2. Electron Transport Chain
                                                      1. 2e-
                                                          1. 1/2 O2 + 2H+
                                                            1. H2O
                                                              1. MATRIX
                                                          2. H+
                                                            1. H+
                                                              1. H+
                                                                1. H+
                                                                2. INTERMEMBRANE SPACE
                                                                    1. H+
                                                                      1. ADP + PI
                                                                        1. ATP
                                                                    2. H+
                                                                      1. H+
                                                                        1. H+
                                                                          1. H+
                                                                            1. H+
                                                                            2. rNAD/rFAD
                                                                              1. NAD/FAD
                                                                              2. 2H
                                                                                1. 2e-
                                                                                  1. H+
                                                                                    1. H+
                                                                                      1. H+
                                                                                2. Hydrogen atoms are split into protons (H+) and electrons (e-)
                                                                                  1. Electrons move along the ETC, losing energy
                                                                                    1. This energy is used to actively transport protons from the matrix to the intermembrane space
                                                                                      1. Some energy is used to combine ADP + Pi to ATP
                                                                                        1. Electrons combine with protons to form water (FINAL ELECTRON ACCEPTOR)
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