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

NAD

Slide 27

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 ethanol

NAD

Slide 28

In animals the pyruvate is converted to lactic acid:

In animals the pyruvate is converted to lactic acid:

Glucose

Slide 29

In animals the pyruvate is converted to lactic acid:

In animals the pyruvate is converted to lactic acid:

Glucose pyruvate

Slide 30

In animals the pyruvate is converted to lactic acid:

In animals the pyruvate is converted to lactic acid:

Glucose pyruvate lactic acid

Slide 31

In animals the pyruvate is converted to lactic acid:

In animals the pyruvate is converted to lactic acid:

Glucose pyruvate lactic acid

In plants the pyruvate is converted to ethanol and carbon dioxide

Slide 32

In animals the pyruvate is converted to lactic acid:

In animals the pyruvate is converted to lactic acid:

Glucose pyruvate lactic acid

In plants the pyruvate is converted to ethanol and carbon dioxide

Glucose

Slide 33

In animals the pyruvate is converted to lactic acid:

In animals the pyruvate is converted to lactic acid:

Glucose pyruvate lactic acid

In plants the pyruvate is converted to ethanol and carbon dioxide

Glucose pyruvate

Slide 34

In animals the pyruvate is converted to lactic acid:

In animals the pyruvate is converted to lactic acid:

Glucose pyruvate lactic acid

In plants the pyruvate is converted to ethanol and carbon dioxide

Glucose pyruvate ethanol + CO2

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