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

NAD

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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 and forms lactic acid.

NAD

Slide 16

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

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

A considerable amount of energy is trapped in the lactic acid.

NAD

Slide 17

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

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

In plants the pyruvate is first decarboxylated to release CO2

Slide 18

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

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

In plants the pyruvate is first decarboxylated to release CO2

Slide 19

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

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

In plants the pyruvate is first decarboxylated to release CO2

Slide 20

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

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

In plants the pyruvate is first decarboxylated to release CO2

Slide 21

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

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

The 2C intermediate accepts the hydrogen atoms from NADH/H+ and forms ethanol

Slide 22

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

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

The 2C intermediate accepts the hydrogen atoms from NADH/H+ and forms ethanol

NAD

Slide 23

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

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

The 2C intermediate accepts the hydrogen atoms from NADH/H+ and forms ethanol

NAD

Slide 24

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

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

The 2C intermediate accepts the hydrogen atoms from NADH/H+ and forms ethanol

NAD

Slide 25

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

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

The 2C intermediate accepts the hydrogen atoms from NADH/H+ and forms ethanol

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