Glycolysis
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  • 1. B. GENERAL REACTIONS – overall pathway is exergonicGLYCOLYSIS CITRIC ACID CYCLE & e- TRANSPORT CHAIN Where: Where: cytoplasm mitochondrium General: General Does not use O2 Uses O2 Energy from substrate Most ancient of pathways Overall pathway: Overall pathway:Glucose 2 pyruvate Pyruvate 6CO2 + 6H2O net 2 ATP 36 ATP 2 NADH
  • 2. III. SPECIFICSA. GLYCOLYSIS – glucose activation and energy harvestREACTION # CARBONS/ REACTION COMPOUND NAME MOLECULE NAME & EXPLAIN 6 carbons (1 molecule) GLUCOSE 2 ATPGLUCOSE 2 ADPACTIVATION +P 6 carbons (1 molecule) FRUCTOSE BIPHOSPHATE P P ENERGY HARVEST
  • 3. III. SPECIFICSA. GLYCOLYSIS – glucose activation and energy harvestREACTION # CARBONS/ REACTION COMPOUND NAME MOLECULE NAME & EXPLAIN 6 carbons (1 molecule) GLUCOSE 2 ATPGLUCOSE 2 ADPACTIVATION +P 6 carbons (1 molecule) FRUCTOSE BIPHOSPHATE P P 3 carbons (2 molecules) G3P 2 ADP + 2P 2 ADP + 2P 2 ATP 2 ATP ENERGY HARVEST NAD + H NAD + H NADH NADH 3 carbons (2 molecules) PYRUVATE
  • 4. END PRODUCTS OF GLYCOLYSIS• 2 PYRUVATE MOLECULES – moves into mitochondrium matrix• 2 NET ATP – Usually stays in cytoplasm to be used by the cell 2 used as activation energy (GLUCOSE ACTIVATION) 4 made when producing pyruvate (ENERGY HARVEST)• 2 NADH – High energy compound that moves to e- transport chain.