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Forular for Cellular Respiration
C6H12O6 + 6O2 ⇒ 6CO2 + 6H2O + energy
Which process does not require oxygen
Glycolysis does not need oxygen
a metabolic pathway that is found in all living organisms
Where does Glycolysis take place
It takes place in the cytoplasm of the plant or animal cell
What two things does Glycolysis do
-It is the process that converts one molecule of glucose into two molecules of pyruvate.
-It releases energy in the form of two molecules of ATP.
respiration requires oxygen.
where does Aerobic respiration take place
This takes place in the mitochondria of the cells.
how Many ATPs does Aerobic Respiratin yeild
respiration doesn't require oxygen.
process, the pyruvate is only partially broken down.
breaks the pyruvate down into ethanol, carbon dioxide, and water.
breaks the pyruvate down into lactic acid, carbon dioxide, and water.
Lactic acid fermentation
In cellular respiration, cells use oxygen to break down the sugar glucoseand store its energy in molecules of
1. In aerobic respiration carbohydrates are ultimately broken down into:
Most ATP in eukaryotic cells is produced in the:
Most ATP produced in aerobic respiration occurs in the process of
In aerobic respiration, the energy in 1 mole of glucose is capable of producing how many ATP molecules:
pyruvate b.ATP c.NADH
In glycolysis the most reduced compound formed is:
n glycolysis, the activation of glucose is accomplished by:
Products of the Krebs cycle include:
pyruvate b.carbon dioxide c.oxygen d.water
In the presence of oxygen, all cells synthesize ATP via the process of glycolysis. Many cells also can metabolize pyruvate if oxygen is not present, via the process of:
The net result of the breakdown of glucose in glycolysis and fermentation is the production of:
Which stage of aerobic respiration requires ATP?
. Which stage of aerobic respiration produces ATP and NADH and releases CO2?
The high concentration of protons in the inner mitochondrial space relative to the mitochondrial matrix represents:
As protons flow through the ______ , energy is released and exploited to combine ADP and inorganic phosphate to form ATP.
During which metabolic stage is glucose broken down to pyruvate?
What molecule is essential for aerobic respiration to take place?
Which of the following is not one of the three major macromolecule components of food?
Which of the following molecules contains three phosphate groups?
Which of the following is not a coenzyme?
Organisms that acquire energy through photosynthesis are called which of the following?
In which protein complex in the inner mitochondrial membrane is FADH2 oxidized?
Chemotrophs require _________ and produce _________ while phototrophs require _________ and produce _________.
Oxygen, carbon dioxide, carbon dioxide, oxygen.
Metabolic reactions that synthesize molecules are classified as _________ while metabolic reactions that degrade molecules are classified as _________.
What type of metabolic reaction involves a loss of electrons from the molecule involved?
What molecule is produced when oxygen is reduced by the electrons in the electron transport chain?
How many molecules of carbon dioxide are generated during the citric acid cycle?
How many molecules of ATP can be generated from one round of the citric acid cycle?
Respiration that occurs without oxygen is classified as which of the following
w many carbon atoms are found in one molecule of glucose?
What is the end product of aerobic glycolysis?
Ethanol is a product of which of the following processes?
Which stage in respiration produces the most coenzymes?
The citric acid cycle
How many molecules of NADH are generated during the citric acid cycle?