ATP, pyruvic acid (pyruvate), and NADH
Pyruvic acid (pyruvate) and NADH
Pyruvic acid (pyruvate) and ATP
NADH and ATP
Glucose is split into 3 pyruvic acid (pyruvate)
3 ATP molecules are produced
NAD+ is regenerated, allowing glycolysis to continue
Oxygen in required
Fermentation and glycolysis
Glycolysis, Krebs cycle, and ETC
Krebs cycle and ETC
Pyruvic acid (pyruvate) and yields lactic acid or alcohol
Glucose and yields 32 ATPs
Lactic acid and yield carbon dioxide
Pyruvic acid (pyruvate) and yields carbon dioxide
Photosynthesis releases energy, and cellular respiration stores energy.
Photosynthesis removes carbon dioxide from the atmosphere, and cellular respiration puts it back.
Photosynthesis removes oxygen from the atmosphere, and cellular respiration puts it back.
All of the above
NADH and FADH2
ATP and ADP
All of the above
Animal cells only
Plant cells only
All but plant cells
All eukaryotic cells
The electrons combine with oxygen and protons to form water.
The electrons build up inside the mitochondria and diffuse back to thylakoid.
The electrons are used in the formation of ethyl alcohol.
None of the above
Krebs cycle > electron transport chain > glycolysis
Krebs cycle > glycolysis > electron transport chain
Glycolysis > Krebs cycle > electron transport chain
Glycolysis > fermentation > Krebs cycle
A net gain of 2 ATP molecules is produced during glycolysis.
4 ATP molecules are produced during the Krebs cycle.
32 ATP molecules are produced during the electron transport chain
36 ATP molecules are produced overall.
2 only (outer membrane)
3 only (intermembrane space)
4 only (matrix)
1 only (inner membrane)
1,3, and 4
Glycolysis is aerobic
Glycolysis produces a net gain of 4 ATP.
Glucose is broken down into pyruvic acid (pyruvate).
Glucose is completely broken down into carbon dioxide.
The Krebs cycle occurs after pathway A
Pathway C occurs in the presence of oxygen
Both pathways A and B occur in the presence of oxygen
Both answers A and C
Carbon dioxide production requires light
Chlorella is actively photosynthesizing
Cellular respiration is taking place
Glucose production in the dark requires less carbon dioxide
Mitochondrial matrix and outer mitochondrial membrane only
Cytosol, Mitochondrial matrix and outer mitochondrial membrane only
Mitochondrial matrix and inner mitochondrial membrane only
Carbon dioxide and ATP
Lactic acid and ATP
Oxygen and lactic acid
Oxygen and Carbon dioxide
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