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Anaerobic Respiration Opt

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Anaerobic Respiration Opt

  1. 1. glycolysis <ul><li>www.h i-dentfinishingschool.blogspot.com library </li></ul>dr shabeel p n
  2. 2. The protons are combined with the electrons and oxygen…. O <ul><li>100’s of free ppt’s from www.h i-dentfinishingschool.blogspot.com library </li></ul>H H A P i P i P i
  3. 3. … .to form a molecule of water O A P i P i P i H H
  4. 4. In the absence of oxygen, there is a build up of hydrogen atoms A P i P i P i H H H H H H H H H H H H
  5. 5. The NADH/H + and FADH 2 will not be reoxidised as they will no longer be able to release the Hydrogen they are carrying A P i P i P i H H H H H H H H H H H H H + H + H + H + H + H + H + H +
  6. 6. The NADH/H + and FADH 2 will not be reoxidised as they will no longer be able to release the Hydrogen they are carrying NAD A P i P i P i H H H H H H H H H H H H H + H + H + H + H + H + H + H + H H
  7. 7. This means that respiration cannot proceed beyond the first stage – glycolysis. NAD A P i P i P i H H H H H H H H H H H H H + H + H + H + H + H + H + H + H H
  8. 8. This means that respiration cannot proceed beyond the first stage – glycolysis.
  9. 9. This means that respiration cannot proceed beyond the first stage – glycolysis.
  10. 10. This means that respiration cannot proceed beyond the first stage – glycolysis. The pyruvate accepts hydrogen atoms from the NADH/H + directly in animals
  11. 11. This means that respiration cannot proceed beyond the first stage – glycolysis. The pyruvate accepts hydrogen atoms from the NADH/H + directly in animals
  12. 12. This means that respiration cannot proceed beyond the first stage – glycolysis. The pyruvate accepts hydrogen atoms from the NADH/H + directly in animals NAD H H +
  13. 13. This means that respiration cannot proceed beyond the first stage – glycolysis. The pyruvate accepts hydrogen atoms from the NADH/H + directly in animals NAD H H +
  14. 14. This means that respiration cannot proceed beyond the first stage – glycolysis. The pyruvate accepts hydrogen atoms from the NADH/H + directly in animals NAD H H +
  15. 15. This means that respiration cannot proceed beyond the first stage – glycolysis. The pyruvate accepts hydrogen atoms from the NADH/H + directly in animals NAD H H
  16. 16. This means that respiration cannot proceed beyond the first stage – glycolysis. The pyruvate accepts hydrogen atoms from the NADH/H + directly in animals and forms lactic acid. NAD H H
  17. 17. This means that respiration cannot proceed beyond the first stage – glycolysis. A considerable amount of energy is trapped in the lactic acid. NAD H H
  18. 18. This means that respiration cannot proceed beyond the first stage – glycolysis. In plants the pyruvate is first decarboxylated to release CO 2
  19. 19. This means that respiration cannot proceed beyond the first stage – glycolysis. In plants the pyruvate is first decarboxylated to release CO 2 C O O
  20. 20. This means that respiration cannot proceed beyond the first stage – glycolysis. In plants the pyruvate is first decarboxylated to release CO 2 C O O
  21. 21. This means that respiration cannot proceed beyond the first stage – glycolysis. In plants the pyruvate is first decarboxylated to release CO 2 C O O
  22. 22. This means that respiration cannot proceed beyond the first stage – glycolysis. The 2C intermediate accepts the hydrogen atoms from NADH/H + and forms ethanol C O O
  23. 23. This means that respiration cannot proceed beyond the first stage – glycolysis. The 2C intermediate accepts the hydrogen atoms from NADH/H + and forms ethanol NAD C O O H H +
  24. 24. This means that respiration cannot proceed beyond the first stage – glycolysis. The 2C intermediate accepts the hydrogen atoms from NADH/H + and forms ethanol NAD C O O H H +
  25. 25. This means that respiration cannot proceed beyond the first stage – glycolysis. The 2C intermediate accepts the hydrogen atoms from NADH/H + and forms ethanol NAD C O O H H +
  26. 26. This means that respiration cannot proceed beyond the first stage – glycolysis. The 2C intermediate accepts the hydrogen atoms from NADH/H + and forms ethanol NAD C O O H H +
  27. 27. This means that respiration cannot proceed beyond the first stage – glycolysis. The 2C intermediate accepts the hydrogen atoms from NADH/H + and forms ethanol NAD C O O H H +
  28. 28. This means that respiration cannot proceed beyond the first stage – glycolysis. A considerable amount of energy is trapped in the ethanol NAD C O O H H +
  29. 29. In animals the pyruvate is converted to lactic acid: Glucose
  30. 30. In animals the pyruvate is converted to lactic acid: Glucose pyruvate
  31. 31. In animals the pyruvate is converted to lactic acid: Glucose pyruvate lactic acid
  32. 32. In animals the pyruvate is converted to lactic acid: Glucose pyruvate lactic acid In plants the pyruvate is converted to ethanol and carbon dioxide
  33. 33. In animals the pyruvate is converted to lactic acid: Glucose pyruvate lactic acid In plants the pyruvate is converted to ethanol and carbon dioxide Glucose
  34. 34. In animals the pyruvate is converted to lactic acid: Glucose pyruvate lactic acid In plants the pyruvate is converted to ethanol and carbon dioxide Glucose pyruvate
  35. 35. In animals the pyruvate is converted to lactic acid: Glucose pyruvate lactic acid In plants the pyruvate is converted to ethanol and carbon dioxide Glucose pyruvate ethanol + CO 2

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