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Biology Units 1 and 2 Notes

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Units 1 and 2 Notes from the Heinmann Biology Units 1 and 2 Textbook from Chapter 1 - 15

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Biology Anatomy Organelles Cellular respiration Metabolism Cell biology Membrane biology Chloroplast Thylakoid Mitochondrion Endoplasm Photosynthesis
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• C6H12O6 (glucose) → 6CO2 (carbon dioxide) + 6H2O (water) • In humans, this reaction takes place at 37 degrees and releases little energy which transfer to ATP. • Outside the cell, glucose can be oxidised in one step by heating it up to 200 degrees, with most energy released as heat. • Starts in the cytosol (glycolysis) and mitochondria (Krebs cycle and electron transport chain). • Mitochondria • Has two membranes. • Cristae (highly folded – inner membrane). • Gel-like matrix in the centre. • Number of mitochondria depending on energy usage. • Clustered in areas of high energy (e.g. flagellum or where there is active transport). • Step 1: Glycolysis • Glyco = glucose, lysis = break down. • Takes places in the cytosol of the cell. • Reactant is a 6-carbon glucose and the product a...
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