The overall process of cellular respiration converts sugar into ATP using oxygen. This is an aerobic process, meaning it requires oxygen, and it takes place in the mitochondria.
|Before cellular respiration can occur, a process called glycolysis must take place. Glycolysis splits glucose into two three-carbon molecules and makes two molecules of ATP. Glycolysis takes place in the cytoplasm and does not need oxygen, this makes it an anaerobic process.||
Take the time to go through this Glycolysis Rap, https://youtu.be/EfGlznwfu9U. Complete the Glycolysis Graphic Organizer attached at the bottom of the page as you watch this video, you will be turning it in on the next page.