cellular respiration foldable

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Cellular
Respiration
Foldable
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Electrons carried in NADH
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Aerobic
respiration
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Glucose  Pyruvic acid
occurs in cytoplasm
Anaerobic
respiration
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Mitochondrion
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Stage 1 - Glycolysis
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4 Hydrogens
Stage 2-
Krebs
Cycle
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Electrons
carried in
NADH
and
FADH2
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Stage 3 -
Electron
Transport
Chain
2 ATPs
4 Hydrogens
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Fermentation
Alcoholic – produces ethyl alcohol
Lactic acid – produces lactic acid
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2 ATPs
16 Hydrogens
34 ATPs
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38 ATPs
(2 needed to move
through mitochondria)
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Directions: Cut out each box and place it on the foldable in its appropriate place (**NOTE – it’s in the same location on foldable as it is on
this page).
If oxygen is present,
what type of respiration
occurs?
What is the first stage
called?
What happens during this
stage & where does it occur?
If oxygen is NOT
present, what type of
respiration occurs?
The next two stages
occur where?
What is the
2nd stage
called?
What is the
3rd stage
called?
What is
produced?
When oxygen is not present,
what pathway occurs?
What is
produced?
What is
produced?
How much ATP is
produced from 1
glucose molecule?
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Pictures of Foldable
This is the same foldable but with
fermentation taken out.
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Electrons carried in NADH
Glue Here
4 Hydrogens
Aerobic
respiration
Glue Here
Stage 1 - Glycolysis
Glucose  Pyruvic acid
occurs in cytoplasm
Glue Here
Mitochondrion
Glue Here
Stage 2-
Krebs
Cycle
Glue Here
Electrons
carried in
NADH
and
FADH2
Glue Here
Stage 3 -
Electron
Transport
Chain
2 ATPs
4 Hydrogens
Glue Here
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What process releases energy by breaking down
food molecules in the presence of oxygen?
2 ATPs
16 Hydrogens
34 ATPs
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38 ATPs
(2 needed to move
through mitochondria)
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Directions: Cut out each box and place it on the foldable in its appropriate place (**NOTE – it’s in the same location on foldable as it is on
this page).
If oxygen is present,
what type of respiration
occurs?
What is the first stage
called?
What happens during this
stage & where does it occur?
The next two stages
occur where?
What is the
2nd stage
called?
What is the
3rd stage
called?
What is
produced?
Cellular Respiration
What is
produced?
What is
produced?
How much ATP is
produced from 1
glucose molecule?
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