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images redox molecule cell repair | ELECTRON TRANSPORT CHAINS & OXIDATIVE PHOSPHORYLATION ...

Comparing respiration with active transport. Active transport needs energy (ATP) to occur. The regeneration of ATP from ADP (Adenosine Diphosphate) and Pi (Inorganic Phosphate) is called Phosphorylation. The cytochrome system or oxidative phosphorylation is generates 36 ATP per original glucose molecule. Glycolysis generates 4 ATP but the net gain is only 2 ATP because it needed 2 ATP to begin with. Alternative respiratory substrates are fats and proteins.

Comparing respiration with active transport. Active transport needs energy (ATP) to occur. The regeneration of ATP from ADP (Adenosine Diphosphate) and Pi (Inorganic Phosphate) is called Phosphorylation. The cytochrome system or oxidative phosphorylation is generates 36 ATP per original glucose molecule. Glycolysis generates 4 ATP but the net gain is only 2 ATP because it needed 2 ATP to begin with. Alternative respiratory substrates are fats and proteins.

Oxidative phosphorylation - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia= This is the complicated but highly necessary energy cycle that is greatly compromised in those with mitochondrial disease

Oxidative phosphorylation - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia= This is the complicated but highly necessary energy cycle that is greatly compromised in those with mitochondrial disease

Glycolysis, Krebs Cycle, Oxidative phosphorylation

Glycolysis, Krebs Cycle, Oxidative phosphorylation

In most tissues of the body, cellular ATP production predominantly occurs via mitochondrial oxidative phosphorylation of reduced intermediates, which are in turn derived from substrates such as glucose and fatty acids. In order to maintain ATP homeostasis, and therefore cellular function, the mitochondria require a constant supply of fuels and oxygen. In many disease states, or in healthy individuals at altitude, tissue oxygen levels fall and the cell must meet this hypoxic challenge to…

In most tissues of the body, cellular ATP production predominantly occurs via mitochondrial oxidative phosphorylation of reduced intermediates, which are in turn derived from substrates such as glucose and fatty acids. In order to maintain ATP homeostasis, and therefore cellular function, the mitochondria require a constant supply of fuels and oxygen. In many disease states, or in healthy individuals at altitude, tissue oxygen levels fall and the cell must meet this hypoxic challenge to…

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