chapter 9 fermentation

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Finally, the last outline from chapter 9! IV. Fermentation  A. General information: Fermentation is the process by which glucose is oxidized  and ATP is formed via substrate-level phosphorylation only.  This occurs without  oxygen and there are several types of fermentation.   B. Alcohol fermentation (Fig. 9.17) C. Lactic acid fermentation (Fig. 9.17) V. Alternative fuels for respiration (Fig. 9.19) VI. Regulation of cellular respiration (Feedback inhibition--Fig. 9.20; pp. 177, 178) VII. Review questions A. Explain the major difference between alcohol and lactic acid fermentation. B. How many ATP molecules can be generated when one molecule of glucose is 
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Unformatted text preview: used in alcohol fermentation in a cell? In lactic acid fermentation in a cell? C. Why is NAD + important in alcohol and lactic acid fermentation? D. Name one organism in which alcohol fermentation can take place. Name one organism in which lactic acid fermentation can take place. E. How are polysaccharides and how are fats used as fuels for respiration? F. Can proteins be used as fuel for respiration? Explain. G. Describe one specific example of allosteric regulation of cellular respiration. Be sure you understand what allosteric regulation means, too!...
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