What happens to NADH and FADH molecules produced during cellular respiration?
They are sent to other cycles and processes that need their electons.
NADH2 and FADH2 are electron carriers found in the cell. Every molecule of either NADH2 or FADH2 is converted to ATP molecules during cellular respiration.
Nothing. Carbon dioxide is produced in respiration, but is not a reactant.
They are utilized later. Used in respiration mainly
Ingested food that undergoes cellular respiration are converted into ATP molecules. These molecules provide the body with the necessary energy in order to perform biological functions.
it is breathed out of the body by the lungs
The end products of the entire process of typical uncomplicated cellular respiration -->are 36 or 38 ATP, 6 oxygen molecules, 6 carbon dioxide molecules, and 6 water molecules. Photosynthesis and cellular respiration are different things though, I see that your question is under the category of photosynthesis. Photosynthesis (happens in green plants) produces glucose and oxygen. It then uses the glucose to begin cellular respiration in it's mitochondria.. plants need ATP too. They just use… Read More
So it will be anaerobic. Less ATP(2) will be produced
they never move ever again
Cellular respiration happens in the organelle called the mitochondria.
Glucose is broken down to CO2 and H2O and ATP is produced .
The pyruvates enter the mitochondria to further undergo cellular respiration. The ATP molecules are used by the cell.
Energy is burned or is used up during this process. During cellular respiration, molecules of glucose are broken down in order to convert the stored energy into a usable form of energy.
Small molecules are down into even smaller molecules. During this process it uses oxygen and releases a great deal of energy.
The breakdown of glucose during cellular respiration, releases energy. This energy is then stored in ATP molecules and whenever the body needs energy to carry out a function, the ATP provides it.
Plants use cellular respiration to harvest the energy stored in the molecular bonds of glucose
if oxygen is available the products of glycolysis are used to produce many more ATP molecules through cellular respiration
ATP is the byproduct of cellular respiration, so is used by the cells as cellular energy.
Aerobic cellular respiration occurs in the mitochondria. Anaerobic cellular respiration occurs in the cytoplasm.
An organism can not perform cellular respiration without oxygen. Cellular respiration is an aerobic function.
It becomes a part of air and again utilized by plants in photosynthesis to make organic compounds.
The sugar produced in photosynthesis is used in cellular respiration in order to create accessible energy in the form of ATP. This ATP powers almost all cellular processes.
The exact opposite of photosynthesis. What goes into photosynthesis comes out of cellular respiration, they work in a cycle. Cellular respiration only happens in animal cells. MotoWizard24
when the blood passes through the liver it carries the CARBON DIOXIDE produced by the liver during cellular respiration
Photosynthesis results in the release of oxygen in the air. It becomes the oxygen that we humans, and other organisms, inhale for cellular respiration.
The carbons from the glucose are released as carbon dioxide in cellular respiration.
The Answer is: the Energy from cellular respiration is used to convert ADP back to ATP.
Glucose is the primary food source of cellular respiration. The carbons in glucose as they pass through cellular respiration are converted into carbon dioxide.
For cellular respiration, mostly mitochondria. For photosynthesis, chloroplasts. Don't forget that cellular respiration happens only in animal cells, while photosynthesis happens in plant cells.
The three parts of cellular respiration are: 1-Glycolysis (happens in the cytoplasm) 2-Krebs Cycle (Happens in the mitochondria) 3-Electron Transport Chain (happens in the mitochondria)
Cellular respiration is the process by which cells use oxygen to produce energy from food. During cellular respiration, food (such as glucose) is broken down into CO2 (carbon dioxide) and H2O (water) and energy is liberated, or freed.
If oxygen is absent in cellular respiration, then you go to anaerobic respiration. Anaerobic respiration that still uses the electron transport chain., but without oxygen.
oxygen is added to the atmosphere when plants take in carbon dioxide during cellular respiration
In photosynthesis, light energy is used in order to make organic food molecules for plants to eat. In cellular respiration, glucose is converted into energy (ATP) so the human body can function properly.
energy in NADH2 and FADH2 used to generate ATP.3ATPs per NADH2 and 2ATP per FADH2 produced.
Pyruvate is produced at the end of glycoysis and converted into Acetyl CoA and then used in tricarboxylic acid (aka Kreb's, citric acid) cycle to ultimately more ATP.
the energy released in respiration is channeled into molecules of ATP.
It happens all of the time, except when you are sprinting. It then switches to fermentation, which doesn't use oxygen. This is because when you are sprinting, you don't get enough oxygen for cellular respiration to occur.
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
Aerobic respiration is the break down of glucose in the presence of oxygen at the cellular level...as a result of aerobic respiration ATP ( currency of energy ) and water is produced..energy produced as a result of it is used for the accomplishment of different type of activities......in the shortage or absence of oxygen lactic is accumulated in muscles which cause muscle fatigue
The aerobic phase of cellular respiration.
Photosynthesis is the main process on Earth that traps energy in food molecules. Cellular respiration breaks the bonds in the food molecules to put energy into a form that the cells can use directly. Three differences: 1. Photosynthesis requires water and carbon dioxide; respiration requires glucose and oxygen. 2. Photosynthesis produces oxygen and glucose; respiration produces carbon dioxide and water. 3. Photosynthesis builds glucose to store energy; respiration breaks glucose to release energy. 4. Photosynthesis… Read More
Anaerobic respiration occurs in some bacteria and fungi as well as yeasts.
The beginning. It produces 4 ATP and pyruvic acid, and happens outside of the cell. 2 of the ATP produced are used to carry on the process.
Cellular respiration occurs when there is oxygen Oxygen+Glucose=Carbon dioxide, water and ATP The purpose of cell. resp. is to produce ATP for cellular work The first step of cellular respiration is called GLYCOLYSIS Glycolysis occurs in the cytoplasm. The glucose molecule is split in this stage to make 4 ATP molecules 2 ATP molecules go to starting the next step so a net of 2 ATP molecules are made by Glycolysis The next step is… Read More
I believe its cellular respiration.
During cellular respiration glucose is oxidated and the products are ATP (adenosine triphosphate), water and carbon dioxide.