||Occurs when oxygen (O?) is not present. Lactid Acid and Alcoholic are examples of this. (Requires 2 ATP)
|Electron Transport Chain
||34 ATP produced. H?O. Occurs across inner Mitochondrian Membrane. Uses co-enzymes NAD+ and FAD+ to accept e- from glucose.
||In the cytoplasm (outside mitochondria). Anaerobic, requires input of 2 ATP. Glucose is split into two molecules of Pyruvate (Pyruvic Acids)
||Metabolic pathway that breaks down carbohydrates. Process is exergonic as high-energy Glucose is broken into CO? and H?O.
|ATP (Adenosine Tri Phosphate)
||Provides chemical energy for cellular work. Made of ribose, adenine, and 3 negatively charged phosphates. Energy is produced when one of these phosphates is broken. Recyclable.
||The electromagnetic spectrum measured in wavelengths.
|Light Dependent Reactions
||Happen ONLY in sunlight. Generates molecules.
|Light Independent Reactions (Formerly known as dark reactions)
||Happens in sunlight AND in the dark; does not need sunlight. ATP generated by sunlight drives the Calvin Cycle. Monosaccharides.