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DIRECTLY , 2 ATP molecules are produced during krebs cycle
Through a series of steps in the Krebs cycle (Citric Acid Cycle), 2 ATP molecules are produced.
ATP fadh2 nadh
electrons, protons, CO2 and water. btw it is not "kreb cycle" but Krebs cycle (mr. Hans Krebs discovered it ;)
Energy rich electrons that have been removed from organic molecules and transferred to NAD/FAD, during glycolosis and the Krebs cycle.
two co2 molecules are produced
It releases 4 carbon molecules
2 molecules of CO2 are released.
the answer is 2!
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During the Krebs cycle NADH is being produced. This is due to the pyruvate that is being put into the Krebs cycle.
Glycolysis only produces ATP. GTP is produced during the Citric Acid Cycle (Krebs Cycle).
CO2 (Carbon Dioxide) molecules are given off as waste gas in the Krebs cycle.
Carbon dioxide is released as a waste product during the Krebs cycle.
Krebs Cycle .
10 NADH molecules and 2 FADH2 molecules.
no H2O molecules are produced:)
The hydrogen from Krebs cycle to the cytochrome system is carried through NADH2 molecules.
The gas evolved during the Krebs cycle is carbon dioxide (CO2).
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.