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Before a glucose molecule can be broken down to release energy
a) two phosphate groups must be attached to glucose. b) one ATP molecule must be added to glucose c) one ATP molecule must be taken away from glucose d) three ATP molecules must be added to glucose
Substrate level phosporylation
a) requires the presence of oxygen b) occurs during glycolysis c) does not occur during fermentation d) is the source for the majority of ATP produced in aerobic respiration
the end product of glycolysis is
a) acetyl COA b) oxaloacetate c) pyruvate d) citrate
During which phase of aerobic respiration is ATP produced directly by substrate level phophorylation?
a) the Krebs Cycle b) fermentation c) decarboxylation d) electron transport system
What is the name of the process by which reduced NAD+ transfers electrons to oxygen?
a) glycolysis b) decarboxylation c) krebs cycle d) electron transfer chain
The energy used to generate most of the ATP formed in aerobic respiration is released when electrons are passed from NADH to
a) oxygen b) acetyl COA c) FADH d) NADPH
Because of its location in the electron transfer chain, delivery of electrons to each FAD results in _____ ATPs.
a) 4 b) 3 c) 32 d) 2
Under anaerobic conditions, muscle cells produce
a) alcohol b) lactate c) citrate d) pyruvate
How many ATP molecules (net yield) are produced per molecule of glucose degraded during glycolysis?
a) 1 b) 2 c) 4 d) 36
a) may occur in a muscle under anaerobic conditions. b) is restricted to yeasts c) produces more ATP than is neccessary in the hydrogen transfer series d) breaks down glucose in reaction with oxygen
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