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?
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?
2. Citric acid cycle
3. Electron transport system
What are the four products of Cellular Respiration?
1. Carbon dioxide
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:
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.
A & P lecture test number two.