General Biology: Concept Question

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General Biology: Concept Question
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  1. Cellular resperation begins with
    Glycolysis
  2. Glycolysis converts glucose to 
    2 pyruvate
  3. Glycolysis occurs in the 
    cytosol
  4. Cellullar resperation produces
    ATP
  5. Fermentation regenerates
    NADH
  6. germentation converts pyruvate to lactice acid called
    lactic acid fermintation
  7. Fermentation convers pyruvate to ethenol and
    CO2
  8. Ethenol and CO2 called
    Alchol Fermentation
  9. ATP is used to carry out-
    Metabolism
  10. 2 pyruvate in 3 distinct phases, Phase 1
    Energy Investment
  11. 2 pyruvate in 3 distinct phases, Phase 2
    Clevage
  12. 2 Pyruvate in 3 distinct phases, Phase 3
    Energy Liberation
  13. Energy investment uses 2 ATP to produce
    Fructose 1 b- biphosphate
  14. THe clevage phase produces
    2 Glychrdhe 3 Phosphate (G3P)
  15. G3P is converted by 
    Energy Liberation
  16. Energy Liberation generates 2 ______ and 4 _______
    2 NADH and 4 ATP
  17. 4 ATP from the energy liberation phase via
    Electron Transport Chain
  18. When Oxygen is present its called ___________.
    Aerobic
  19. Aerobic resperation in eukaryotic cells occurs in the _______.
    Cytosol
  20. Aerobic resperation uses an enzyme called __________.
    Pyruvate dehydrogenase
  21. Pyruvate dehydrogenase oxidizes pyruvate to form 2 ______, 2  ________, 2 _______.
    2 CO2, 2 Acatelie COA, 2 NADH
  22. The co2 from the oxidation of the pydruvate dehydrogenase is release to ______.
    the atmosphere
  23. 2 Acatellie COA enters the ___________.
    Citric acid cycle.
  24. The citric acid cycle combines acetic acid with _______.
    oxaloactitate
  25. Oxaloacitate forms ________.
    Citric acid
  26. Citic acid  is broken down to regenerate _______.
    Oxaloacitate
  27. The citric acid cycle yields 6 _______, 2 _______, 2 _______, 4 ________.
    6 NADH, 2 FADH2, 2 GTP, 4 Co2
  28. The electron transport chain passes electrons to 
    NADH dehydrogenase
  29. After the electrons are passed from the NADH dehydrogenase it goes to ____________ and ______________.
    Cytochrome b- cl and Cytochrome Oxidase
  30. NADH dehydrogenase, Cytochrome b-cl and Cytochrome oxidase are all _______.
    Proton Pumps
  31. Proton pumps are used to create
    ATP
  32. Proton pumps are used to create ATP across 
    Inner mitochondrial membrane
  33. Proton pumps are used to create ATP when H+ flows back into the ___.
    Matrix
  34. When the ATP flows back into the matrix through the membrane embedded portion of _________.
    ATP sythase
  35. ATP Sythase via a process called ________.
    Chemosis
  36. Electron Transport Chain provides energy to facilitate ______.
    Chemosis

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