Chapter 9 glycolysis

Chapter 9 glycolysis - g. In the sixth step of glycolysis,...

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III. Cellular respiration (continued) A. Glycolysis--sugar-splitting process 1. Some introductory comments 2. Major events of glycolysis (Fig. 9.9)--10 steps 3.  Summary of glycolysis 4. Review questions about glycolysis a. In what part of the cell does glycolysis take part? b. Summarize the process of glycolysis in one sentence. c. What is the initial substrate of glycolysis? What kind of molecule is it  (carbohydrate, lipid, protein, nucleic acid)? How many carbon atoms are  in this molecule? d. What is the end product of glycolysis? e. What does a kinase enzyme do? f. What is glyceraldehyde 3-phosphate? (When is it made during  glycolysis? How many carbon atoms are in the molecule? Is this a sugar?  If so, what kind of sugar?)
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Unformatted text preview: g. In the sixth step of glycolysis, glyceraldehyde phosphate is oxidized to what molecule? What molecule is reduced in this step? h. What is NAD + ? Does NAD + or NADH have more electrons? i. What does a dehydrogenase enzyme do? j. What is substrate-level phosphorylation? k. What is the net production of ATP when one molecule of glucose goes through glycolysis? What is the net production of ATP when one mole of glucose goes through glycolysis? l. What is the net production of NADH when one molecule of glucose goes through glycolysis? m. Is phosphoenolpyruvate a stable or highly unstable molecule? Why? n. What is the structure of pyruvate? (Be able to draw this)...
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