Cellular respiration uses 1 molecule of glucose to produce approximately how many ATP molecules?
Here's a figure from my general biology text,
If you need more detail:
Glucose undergoes glycolysis, uses
From there, 2 pyruvate molecules undergo processing: the remaining acetyl unit interacts with coenzyme A to produce the beginning molecules for the feared and infamous Krebs cycle.
This is where I'll just tell you eventually all of these electron acceptors (e.g.
Theoretically we should get somewhere near