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- Cellular respiration takes the energy stored in glucose and transfers it to ATP.
- It has three stages: glycolysis, Krebs cycle, and electron transport.
- The structure of the mitochondrion is key to the process of aerobic (in the presence of oxygen) cellular respiration.
- The inner and outer membranes play an important roles in aerobic respiration, as shown in Figure below.
- The space enclosed by the inner membrane is called the matrix.
- The third stage, electron transport, takes place on the inner Membrane.