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There are three large enzyme about 30 molecules o f ATP. 6 The Golgi apparatus. 7 The fatty acid oxidation cycle. The cycle is catalysed by a scries of four enzymes in the mitochondrial matrix. Each turn of the cycle shortens the fatty acid chain by two carbons (shown in red), as indicated, and generates one molecule of acetyl Co A and one molecule each of NADH and FADH . The NADH is freely soluble in the matrix. The FADH , in contrast, remains tightly bound to the enzyme fatty acyl-CoA dehydrogenase; its two electrons will be rapidly transferred to the respiratory chain in the mitochondrial inner membrane, regenerating FAD.