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Krebs Cycle/Ciclo Krebs

Krebs Cycle/Ciclo Krebs

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This lesson will describe in detail the processes that occcur in the krebs cycle stage of cellular respiration.

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Tutorial

En esta lección vamos a discutir los procesos que ocurren en el ciclo Krebs para producir ATP para la célula.

Overview

(0:00-1:18) Overview of the Krebs cycle

(1:19-2:14) Prep Steps of the Krebs Cycle

(2:15-5:57) The Krebs Cycle

TERMS TO KNOW
  • ​Krebs Cycle

    The second stage of cellular respiration in which pyruvate from glucose is used to produce ATP, NADH and FADH2.

  • Coenzyme A


    An enzyme used to change pyruvate into acetyl CoA which enters the Krebs cycle.

  • Acetyl CoA

    A molecule produced from pyruvate which enters the Krebs cycle to produce ATP.

  • FADH2 and FAD

    FAD is a molecule that picks up hydrogen atoms and becomes FADH2 which is then transferred to the electron transport chain to produce more ATP from the energy in electrons.

  • NAD+ and NADH

    NAD+  is a molecule that picks up hydrogen atoms and becomes NADH which is then transferred to the electron transport chain to produce more ATP from the energy in electrons.