The process coupled to electron transport which is last of the series of reactions in which energy is derived from glucose. It takes place at the inner mitochondrial membrane. Electrons are transferred from NADH and FADH2 (formed by reduction of NAD+ and FAD during glycolysis and the TCA cycle) along a series of electron carrier molecules, and are eventually passed to oxygen. The process generates large quantities of ATP.
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