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Anaerobic respiration
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The protons are combined with the electrons and oxygen.

The protons are combined with the electrons and oxygen.

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.to form a molecule of water

.to form a molecule of water

O

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In the absence of oxygen, there is a build up of hydrogen atoms

In the absence of oxygen, there is a build up of hydrogen atoms

Slide 4

The NADH/H+ and FADH2 will not be reoxidised as they will no longer be able to release the Hydrogen they are carrying

The NADH/H+ and FADH2 will not be reoxidised as they will no longer be able to release the Hydrogen they are carrying

Slide 5

The NADH/H+ and FADH2 will not be reoxidised as they will no longer be able to release the Hydrogen they are carrying

The NADH/H+ and FADH2 will not be reoxidised as they will no longer be able to release the Hydrogen they are carrying

NAD

Slide 6

This means that respiration cannot proceed beyond the first stage  glycolysis.

This means that respiration cannot proceed beyond the first stage glycolysis.

NAD

Slide 7

This means that respiration cannot proceed beyond the first stage  glycolysis.

This means that respiration cannot proceed beyond the first stage glycolysis.

Slide 8

This means that respiration cannot proceed beyond the first stage  glycolysis.

This means that respiration cannot proceed beyond the first stage glycolysis.

Slide 9

This means that respiration cannot proceed beyond the first stage  glycolysis.

This means that respiration cannot proceed beyond the first stage glycolysis.

The pyruvate accepts hydrogen atoms from the NADH/H+ directly in animals

Slide 10

This means that respiration cannot proceed beyond the first stage  glycolysis.

This means that respiration cannot proceed beyond the first stage glycolysis.

The pyruvate accepts hydrogen atoms from the NADH/H+ directly in animals

Slide 11

This means that respiration cannot proceed beyond the first stage  glycolysis.

This means that respiration cannot proceed beyond the first stage glycolysis.

The pyruvate accepts hydrogen atoms from the NADH/H+ directly in animals

NAD

Slide 12

This means that respiration cannot proceed beyond the first stage  glycolysis.

This means that respiration cannot proceed beyond the first stage glycolysis.

The pyruvate accepts hydrogen atoms from the NADH/H+ directly in animals

NAD

Slide 13

This means that respiration cannot proceed beyond the first stage  glycolysis.

This means that respiration cannot proceed beyond the first stage glycolysis.

The pyruvate accepts hydrogen atoms from the NADH/H+ directly in animals

NAD

Slide 14

This means that respiration cannot proceed beyond the first stage  glycolysis.

This means that respiration cannot proceed beyond the first stage glycolysis.

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