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During which which stage of the cellular respiration process is ethanol produced?
a) lactic acid fermentation b) alcohol fermentation c) citric acid cycle d) electron transport chain
During which stage of cellular respiration is glucose broken down into two molecules of pyruvic acid?
a) electron transport chain b) Krebs cycle c) glycolysis d) acetyl CoA formation
During which process of cellular respiration is water produced?
a) alcohol fermentation b) acetyl CoA formation c) citric acid cycle d) electron transport chain
How does ATP supply energy for cellular activities?
a) by releasing the sugar molecule from its structure b) by adding a phosphate group to its structure c) by attaching itself to a glucose molecule d) by breaking off a phosphate group from its structure
Which process of cellular respiration connects glycolysis and the citric acid cycle?
a) lactic acid formation b) electron transport c) Krebs cycle d) acetyl CoA formation
Which is the final electron acceptor in the electron transport system of cellular respiration?
a) NADH b) FADH2 c) carbon dioxide d) oxygen
Which is required for both anaerobic respiration and aerobic respiration?
a) oxygen b) glucose c) water d) mitochondria
What do aerobic respiration and anaerobic respiration have in common?
a) Both occur in mitochondria. b) Both begin with glycolysis. c) Both require oxygen to proceed. d) Both end with the electron transport chain.
What do alcohol fermentation, acetyl CoA formation, and the Krebs cycle have in common?
a) All produce carbon dioxide. b) All produce water. c) All produce ATP. d) All produce alcohol.
After several miles of running and sprinting in intervals, the runner’s muscles ache and feel fatigues. Which is the best explanation for what has occurred?
a) The runner's muscles have accumulated lactic acid. b) The runner’s body has failed to perform cellular respiration. c) The runner’s cells are relying completely on aerobic respiration. d) The runner’s muscles have accumulated carbon dioxide.
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