Starts in cytoplasm Finishes in the mitochondria
Where? Glucose is split in half, making two pyruvates. Energy from the broken bond makes It also makes NAD+ into
Where? Acetyl CoA is made using oxygen. What else is made?
Acetyl CoA is broken down. Energy is captured: NAD+ FAD+
and from Glycolysis and Kreb’s Cycle use their energy to do an electron transport chain just like the one in photosynthesis, making and water.
Glycolysis Where? What was made? What is necessary to go to the next step? Kreb’s Cycle Where? What was made? Electron Transport Chain Where? What was made? Total ATP from one glucose?
Fermentation happens after glycolysis. In animals, pyruvate is turned into lactic acid. In yeast and bacteria, pyruvate is turned into alcohol. No more ATP is made, but is turned back into NAD+ so glycolysis can continue. This is called anaerobic respiration.