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What six carbon molecule is broken down in glycolysis?
a) Oxaloacetate b) Acetyl-CoA c) Citric Acid d) Glucose
Where does the Kreb cycle take place?
a) Matrix of mitochondria b) Inner membrane space c) Cytosol d) Christae of mitochondria
What is the job of NAD+?
a) Make water b) Carry electrons and hydrogen ions to the ETC c) Bring oxygen and hydrogen ions to the ETC d) Remove carbon dioxide
Where does the oxygen comes from in the ETC?
a) Air we breathe in b) From NAD+ c) From carbon dioxide d) Air we breathe out
What is the name of the protein that makes ATP by charging ADP?
a) Christae b) Matrix c) ATP synthase d) Acetyl CoA
Which of these processes is aerobic?
a) Glycolysis b) Kreb Cycle c) Transition Reaction d) Electron Transport Chain
Hydrogens are forced to the inner membrane space using what type of transport?
a) Diffusion b) Faciitated Diffusion c) Protein Pumping d) Exocytosis
What three carbon molecule is glucose broken down into?
a) Pyruvic Acid b) Acetyl CoA c) Citric Acid d) Oxaloacetate
What is the energy molecule used by the cell?
a) ADP b) Citric Acid c) Glucose d) ATP
Where does glycolysis take place?
a) Matrix b) Inner Membrane Space c) Christae d) Cytosol
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