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What 2 pathways can happen in glycolysis and in what conditions do each occur?
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What are the processes that occur in the cytoplasm?
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An increase in the level of cellular ATP is likely to occur under which conditions?
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Where in the cell does the second stage of respiration happen?
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Where in the cell does the glycolysis part of cellular respiration occur?
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How does glycolysis happen in mitochondria?
Glycolysis does not happen in the mitochondria. It takes place in the cytoplasm. Therefore those organisms (prokaryotes) are also capable of glycolysis that do not actually have mitochondria. In the biological oxidation of glucose, glycolysis is the first step of three, and the only one that is possible without mitochondria. The last two steps, that is the citric acid cycle (Krebs-cycle) and terminal oxidation occur in the mitochondria.
What is the importance of the cytoplasm?
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What term is a process that must happen in the cell's cytoplasm before cellular respiration?