In what phase of cellular respiration is CO2 made?
CO2 is made in the Krebs cycle (citric acid cycle). A carbon compound is lost as it is oxidized by NAD+, which then turns into NADH. This then bonds with a 4-carbon compound to form the ionized form of citric acid. Hope this helps! ...
What is the second step of cellular respiration called?
The Krebs cycle, it takes the pyruvic acid made in the first process glycolysis to make carbon dioxide and released electrons. It occurs inside the mitochondria matrix. ...
Does cellular respiration take in energy?
In order for cellular respiration to begin, two ATP molecules must be used up in order to breakdown the glucose molecule. Fortunately, the net gain of ATP from the first stage of cellular respiration, glycolysis, is 2 ATP. So even if oxygen is not present and fermentation has to occur, ATP is still made and not lost. However, if cellular respiration proceeds to the Krebs Cycle and carries out it's desired function, then a net gain of 36 ATP molecules will be...
Asked in Cell Biology (cytology), Mitochondria
What is made in the Krebs cycle that is released from the mitochondria and eventually goes into the atmosphere?
That is Carbon Dioxide. It is a bi product of respiration
Asked in Biology, Animal Life, Genetics
How much ATP is produced by cellular respiration?
After step one of cellular respiration(glycolysis) 4 molecules of ATP are made but 2 are used for the process so that results in only 2 being available for other use. After the end of the second step(Krebs Cycle) another two are available which then leads to step three(electron transport chain) where about 34 molecules are made resulting in a TOTAL OF 38 ATP MOLECULES by the end of cellular respiration ...
Does cellular respiration occur in plants that also photosynthesize?
Yes it does as these plants contain mitochondria that put some of the glucose made by photosynthesis into the cellular respiration cycle in the mitochondria. ...
The three main stages of cellular respiration?
the three main stages of cellular respiration are: 1. glycolysis - starts cellular respiration by breaking glucose down into pyruvate (small amount of ATP is made as well) 2. citric acid cycle (krebs cycle) - completes the breakdown of glucose by decomposing a derivative of pyruvate to carbon dioxide. also, this stage supplies oxidative phosphorylation with electrons. (small amount of ATP is made as well) 3. oxidative phosphorylation - mostly ATP is produced during this stage, more specifically chemiosmosis. electron transport chains are used during this...
What is the third process of cellular respiration?
After glycolysis and Kreb cycle, the third process is the electron transport chain, from where the most ATP are made. ...
What is true of the role of carbohydrates in photosynthesis and cellular respiration?
Carbohydrates are made in photosynthesis. it is burning in the cellular respiration. ...
What is made from cellular respiration?
Cellular respiration Involves the following reaction: C6H12O6+602==>6CO2+6H20+energy(in the form of adenosine triphosphate) So Carbon Dioxide, Water, and adenosine triphosphate are made from cellular respiration ...
Asked in Biology
What happens to the carbon dioxide that results from the Krebs cycle?
The CO2 produced by the Krebs cycle is a waste product; it is disposed of as waste. In humans, we breath in oxygen with our lungs, use that oxygen in cellular respiration, and breath out the waste CO2. It should be noted that air is not made entirely of Oxygen and carbon dioxide, and that our bodies are not efficient enough to consume all of the available oxygen in each breath, and that therefore, what humans exhale is not 100% CO2. ...
Asked in Animal Rights and Abuse, Animal Life, Genetics
What is repiration and how do it work?
Respiration, also called cellular respiration, is the process when animal/plant cells break down glucose to release its energy. Respiration occurs in two stages: (1) Glycolysis, (2) Krebs Cycle/ citric acid cycle. Stage 1, glycolysis, occurs in the cytoplasm, when glucose is broken down a little, and 2 ATP (energy storages) are made. Stage 2, the Krebs Cycle/ citric acid cycle, occurs in the mitochondria of a cell, when the glucose molecules are really broken down; a large amount of energy is released,...
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How are most of the ATP made during Krebs cycle?
ATP in Krebs cycle is made by substrate level phosphorylation, where the phosphoryl group is directly transferred to ADP. This occurs when succinyl CoA is converted into succinate. Actually, this is the only time during the cycle that ATP is made. ...
Asked in Biology, Genetics, Photosynthesis
Where do the reactants come from and what happens to the products after they are made of cellular respiration?
what are the reactants of respiration and where do they come from
Why is water considered a waste product in cellular respiration?
becuase it is something that is made as a result of cellular respiration but is not used and is of no further use to the cell ...