inhale air which passes through the lungs then veins takes it to the heart and it takes it round the body
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The second stage of aerobic respiration is the link reaction. This transition reaction forms acetyl coenzyme A. Glycolysis, the Krebs (or citric acid) cycle, and electron …transport chain and chemiosmosis also happen at this stage.
The four stages are glycolysis, oxidation of pyruvate, the Krebs cycle, and the electron transport chain.
The three stages of cellular respiration are glycolysis, the Krebs Cycle, and the electron transport chain. The first stage happens in the cytoplasm while the last two occ…urs in the mitochondria.
The electron transport chain is the third stage of cellular respiration. Steps 1 and 2 are: glycolysis and the Kreb's Cycle.
Fermentation is used in anaerobic respiration. Fermentation is done to replenish NAD supplies so that glycolysis can continue making ATP in the absence of oxygen.
The four stages are : 1) Glycolysis 2) Formation of acetyle CoA (in the mitochondria) 3) Citric acid cycle (in mitochondria) 4) Electron transport an…d chemiosmosis (in mitochondria)
Cellular respirtaion acutally has three parts: Glycolysis, the Citric Acid Cycle (Kreb's), and Electron Transport Chain. There is also the transition reaction that connects gy…colysis to the citric acid cycle.
The fourth and final stage of aerobic respiration is the electronic transport chain. This is where the proteins NADH and FADH give their electrons in order to make ADP.
citric acid cycle or kreb's cycle
The Electron Transport Chain.
There are 3 processes in aerobic respiration. Glycolysis, Kreb's cycle, and electron transport chain. A very, very simply, the equation for all those processes is Glucose + Ox…ygen = Energy + Carbon Dioxide + Water. But I will describe all these steps a little more detailed for you: Glycolysis: 1- one molecule of glucose is converted into pyruvate 2- pyruvate is converted into acetyl CoA and CO2 3- the acetyl-CoA enters the citric acid cycle (Kreb's Cycle) 4- 2 ATP molecules, 2 water molecules, and 2 NADH molecules are produced. Kreb's Cycle: 5- Acetyl CoA is converted into citrate which then goes through a serious of chemical transformations, losing 2 carboxyl groups as CO2 (it is converted back to acetyl CoA by losing the 2 CO2 molecules which helps the production of citric acid) 6- citric acid is broken down and makes 2 molecules of CO2 7- After 2 complete cycles of the Kreb's cycle, 6 NADH molecules, 2 FADAH2 molecules, 2 ATP molecules, and 4 CO2 molecules are produced. The Electron Transport Chain: 8- H+ electrons from molecules produced in previous steps (H+ removed from NADH, making it NAD+) 9- the H+ are combined with O2 molecules through different membrance transports and the electrical potential between all chemicals is used to generate ATP from ADP+phosphate 10- 32-34 molecules of ATP are produced Overall, 38 molecules of ATP are generated for every molecule of glucose in the aerobic respiration steps. Hope this helps. Sorry if I was unclear at any point.
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Second stage is the kreb cycle.It takes place in mitochondria's cristae.