Krebs cycle


The Krebs Cycle is a metabolic process present in each of the cells of the living being that use oxygen for their subsistence. Through the process of cellular respiration, the Krebs cycle recreates a complete protein and fat assimilation system, transforming organic matter into chemical energy. This process happens in an ambiguous way, since it is carried out as a selection process between what is productive and unfavorable for the body. It should be noted that this is one of the most important protein assimilation processes, with a direct impact on the instantaneous physical state of the body, as occurs with homeostasis.

The Krebs cycle is part of a process of “Cellular Respiration” in which the tissue made up of cells oxidizes and consumes amino acids and carbohydrate compounds to transform them into energy, which will give the cell all the capacity to carry out its functions, in the In the case of prokaryotic cells, the Krebs cycle manifests itself in the cytosol, since that is where most of the processes are carried out and most of the components of the cell are present, and in the case of Eukaryotes (cells with a high content of DNA and RNA) is produced in the mitochondrial matrix, logically, since the mitochondria are the small “batteries” of the cellular tissue, designed to produce protein energy.

The complex human metabolism allows a wide variety of hormonal and cellular reproductions, below is a table that denotes the cycle, its hormones and metabolic routes.