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The inner membrane contains folds called ______.
What is the function of cristae?
They increase surface area for energetic reactions.
The capacity to change something; it is the ability to do work.
What are the common forms of energy?
- 1. Heat
- 2. Light
- 3. Sound
- 4. Electrical energy
- 5. Mechanical energy
- 6. Chemical energy
________ is the process that transfers energy from molecules such as glucose and makes it avalible for cellular use.
What are the three parts of an ATP molecules?
- 1. An adenine molecule
- 2. A ribose molecule
- 3. Three phosphate molecules in a chain
ADP becomes ATP through the process of ______.
The process of burning glucose is called _______.
What are the three reactions that occur in Cellular Respiration?
- 1. Glycolysis
- 2. Citric acid cycle
- 3. Electron transport system
What are the four products of Cellular Respiration?
- 1. Carbon dioxide
- 2. ATP
- 3. Water
- 4. Heat
Glycolysis consists of _____ reactions.
Glycolysis breaks down glucose into two _________ molecules.
Where does glycolysis take place?
Glycolysis yields _______ ATP per glucose molecule.
Glycolysis consists of three main phases which are:
- 1. Phosphorylation
- 2. Splitting
- 3. Production of NADH and ATP
During phosphorylation ATP is used to add _______ to ________.
During the splitting phase _____________ is split into _____________.
6- carbon glucose
two 3- carbon molecules
During the third phase of glycolysis _______ bind to ________ to produce ___________.
During the third phase of glycolysis ______ delivers _______ to the electron transport system if _______ is available.
During the third phase of glycolysis two __________ are produced.
pyruvic acid molecules
During the third phase of glycolysis _______ ATP molecules are generated.
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