Mitochondrial inner membrane
Sunlight and carbon dioxide are used to make ATP.
ATP and oxygen are used to make sugars and starches.
Carbon-based molecules from food and oxygen are used to make ATP.
ATP and carbon dioxide are used to make ADP and water.
Two three-carbon molecules, ATP, and NAD+
Carbon dioxide, water, and ATP
NAD+, oxygen, and two ATP molecules
Pyruvate, NADH, and ATP
Breaking down pyruvate molecules to form molecules of NADH and oxygen
Forming citric acid to make NADH, water, and carbon dioxide
Producing molecules that carry high-energy electrons to the electron transport chain
Bonding coenzyme A to pyruvate
Across the inner mitochondrial membrane.
Through the ATP synthase enzyme in the mitochondrial matrix.
Along a concentration gradient in the thylakoid.
Along the thylakoid membrane.
To deliver hydrogen ions to the electron transport chain
To pick up electrons at the end of the electron transport chain
To provide oxygen for the production of carbon dioxide
To give a source of energy to the Krebs cycle
Water and carbon dioxide.
ATP and carbon dioxide.
ATP and oxygen.
ADP and water.
NADH and FADH2
The Calvin Cycle
Citric acid cycle