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Glycolisis is taken place out side.It is common to both aerobic and non aerobic respiration.

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It is common to both aerobic and anaerobic respiration. So it takes place out side

Glycolysis occurs outside the mitochondria, and the Krebs cycle and the electron transport chain occur in the mitochondria.

Most of cellular respiration occurs within the mitochondria of the cell. Glycolysis occurs outside of the mitochondria, while the Krebs Cycle and ETC takes place inside the mitochondria.

The mitochondria is the main site for cellular respiration, but just looking at the mitochondria won't work because part of cellular respiration takes place in the cytoplasm outside of the mitochondria.

Glycolysis, the breakdown of glucose into two molecules of pyruvic acid, takes place in the cytosol, outside the mitochondria

Not anymore. Many of the mitochondrial genes have been in-cooperated into the cells genetic material. So the mitochondria would not be able to synthesize all the proteins it needed to be viable on it's own.

This, of course, would be the mitochondria.Glycolysis takes place in the cytosol outside said organelle.

Cellular respiration is a cycle of matter and a flow of energy. It takes place just outside and inside the cell's mitochondria.

In eukaryotic cells, the organelles that do this are called 'mitochondria.' However, there are other pathways to create energy that exist outside of mitochondria and take place in other parts of a cell. To learn more, look up 'glycolysis'.

No - the mitochondria are the sites of cellular respiration. This is where glucose is used to produce ATP. Proteins are packaged by the Golgi apparatus.

Yes. Eukaryotic cells do have a cell membrane on the outside.

Mitochondria is an organelle found in nearly all eukaryotic cells. It is responsible for producing ATP (adenisine triphosphate) va cellular respiration. A mitochonidran is a relatively large organelle and has a double membrane. The inner membrane, called the cristae, is heavily folded in orderto increase surface area for gaseous exchange. When respiring, mitochondria produce ATP, which is energy for the cell. Cells such as muscle and sperm cells, which require lots of movement and energy, have a large number of mitochondria present. It is thought that mitochondria were once independant and exsisted outside of a cell. They are able to reproduce on their own, and do not need the nucleus to carry it out.

No, fermentation occurs in the cytoplasm outside the mitochondria.

The mitochondria are in the cytoplasm, which is to say within the cell, but outside the nucleus.

No. Mitochondria are found in the main body of the cell outside the nucleus.

The first step takes place in the cytoplasmic fluid, which is outside the mitochondria and the second and third steps take place in the mitochondia.

In the cytoplasm. Outside of the mitochondria.

it located in the cell's cytoplasm outside the nucleus.

if you mean in the inside of the cell mitochondria: floating in the cytoplasm Cell membrane on the outside of the cell

Cellular respiration, which includes three partsglycolysis (occurs outside at the cytoplasm, 2 ATP produced)Kreb cycle (occurs inside the mitochondria, 2 ATP produced)Electron transport chain (occurs at the membranes inside the mitochondria, 34 ATP molecules produced).

Cellular respiration involves 3 steps: 1. Glycolysis, which occurs outside the mitochondria and also happens independent from cellular respiration. 2. The Krebs Cycle (or the Citric Acid Cycle) which occurs inside the mitochondria and involves stripping carbon from the molecules being catabolized in order to free up electrons. 3. The Electron Transport Chain, which uses oxygen (or sometimes another inorganic compound, but usually oxygen) to draw the freed electrons across a string of proteins, in the process moving hydrogen protons across a membrane internal to the mitochondria and then using these hydrogen protons to create ATP.

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