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[h] Final Review
[q] Outline the steps of glycolysis. What are the inputs? How would you describe the system? What is the output?
[a] Glycolysis is the first step of ATP production. It begins with a single glucose molecule. Two preexisting ATP molecules are introduced to the system. In order to transform the glucose to a sugar called fructose, each ATP molecule must donate a phosphorus, becoming ADP. After this, the fructose splits into two three carbon sugars. In the final step, these sugars undergo a series of reactions which result in two pyruvate molecules. Four ATPs and two NADHs are released from the cycle, making for a net production of two ATP.
[q] What is consumed in the Krebs cycle? What is released?
[a] Acetyl CoA is consumed. Two carbon dioxide molecules are released for each Acetyl CoA molecule that enters the cycle. Six NADH and H+ molecules and four FADH2 molecules total are released.
[q] Explain the difference between reduction and oxidation.
[a] Reduction occurs when a reactant gains electrons in a reaction. Oxidation occurs when a reactant loses electrons.
[q] What is the purpose of the Krebs cycle?
[a] To serve as an intermediate pathway from glycolysis to the electron transport chain. It produces molecules necessary to begin oxidizing NADH and FADH2 which eventually produces ATP.[/qdeck]
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