Krebs Cycle is a part of the VCE Biology area of study ‘How do Cellular Processes Work?’ and subtopic ‘Cellular Respiration’. The Krebs Cycle can also be known as the TCA or Citric Acid Cycle. It is important in aerobic respiration. This cycle uses energy in the form of acetyl coenzyme A (acetyl CoA) to create NADH.
What is the Krebs Cycle?
Watch this video as an introduction to the process.
This next video goes into more depth, and puts the Krebs Cycle into the context of metabolism.
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