HKDSE Biology - Aerobic respiration
Compulsory Part I Cells and Molecules of Life
Respiration 🏃🏻♀️ 🏃🏻
👆🏻This photo showing the process of respiration.
Significance of respiration 🏃🏻♀️ 🏃🏻
Here are the steps for aerobic respiration 👇🏻
Aerobic respiration ➡️Respiration that oxygen is consumed to produce carbon dioxide and water.
👆🏻This photo showing the steps in glycolysis
1. Energy requirement steps
2. Energy releasing steps
Don't have to be panic ❗️ ❕ There are only two steps you have to remember in HKDSE Biology examination.
👆🏻This photo showing the simple version of glycolysis.
Breakdown of glucose to 3-C compound (triose phosphate).
Oxidation of triose phosphate to pyruvate.
👆🏻This photo showing the steps in the conversion of pyruvate to acetyl-CoA.
👆🏻This photo showing the steps in krebs cycle.
👆🏻This photo showing the simple version of Krebs cycle.
Combination of acetyl-CoA with a 4-C compound to form a 6-C compound.
Regeneration of 4-C compound with the release of carbon dioxide.
👆🏻This photo showing the process of oxidation phosphorylation.
That's the end of this topic 👏🏻
Written by Bella | HKDSE Biology Specialist @ TUTTEE
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