Presentation on theme: "If you did a 10 minute wall sit, what would your muscles start to feel like? Why do they begin to feel like that?"— Presentation transcript:
If you did a 10 minute wall sit, what would your muscles start to feel like? Why do they begin to feel like that?
Purpose of Cellular Respiration To break down glucose in our cells to produce energy in the form of ATP
Glycolysis Input: Glucose Output: Pyruvate Location: Cytoplasm Main Players: Glucose Significance: Allows 2 ATPs to be made as well as breaks the glucose molecule down into a more usable form
Kreb’s Cycle Input: pyruvate Output: CO2, NADH, FADH2 Location: Happens in the mitochondria Main Players: Carbon, NADH, FADH2 Significance: Makes 2 more ATPs and creates lots of positive and negatives charges for the next step
Electron Transport Chain Input: NADH and FADH Output: H20 and ENERGY! Location: Happens in the mitochondria Major Players: Oxygen, Electrons, ATP synthase Significance: Creates 32 ATPs, the majority of the energy for the cell!
Lactic Acid Fermentation Input: Pyruvate Outputs: 2 ATPs and lactic acid Happens in the mitochondria Allows us to make small amounts of energy without oxygen
Alcoholic Fermentation Input: Pyruvate Outputs: 2 ATPs, CO2, and ethanol Happens in the mitochondria Allows small amounts of energy to be made in yeast and bacteria cells without oxygen