Ch. 9 Respiration9e - Defne Glycolysis Respiration...

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Define: Glycolysis Respiration Chemiosmosis Phosphorylation Fermentation ATP (draw and label) Electrochemical gradient FAD FADH 2 NAD + NADH 1. What is the role of phosphofructokinase? How does it “ work” ? 2. Explain “ glycolysis” . Where does it occur? How does it “ work” ?
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1. What is the chemical equation for cellular respiration? 2. Remember: OILRIG A. In the conversion of glucose and oxygen to CO 2 and H 2 O, which molecule is reduced? B. Which is oxidized? C. What happens to the energy that is released in this redox reaction? 3. NAD + is called a(n) ________________. Its reduced form is _______.
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1. Why is glycolysis considered an ancient metabolic process? 2. Where in the cell does glycolysis occur? 3. What are the reactants and products of glycolysis? 4. Which has more energy available: a. ADP or ATP? b. NAD + or NADH? c. FAD + or FADH 2 ?
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1. What is 1 fact you remember from yesterday’ s sugar article? 2. Where does the Citric Acid Cycle occur in the cell? 3. What are the main products of the CAC?
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1. What are 3 ways respiration can be measured? 2. What is the purpose of using KOH (potassium hydroxide) in this lab? 3. What are the Independent and Dependent Variables for Graph 5.1?
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1. How is the proton gradient generated? 2. What is its purpose? 3. Describe how ATP synthase works. 4. In cellular respiration, how many ATP are generated through: A. Substrate-level phosphorylation? B. Oxidative phosphorylation?
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1. In fermentation, how is NAD + recycled? 2. What is the function of the enzyme phosphofructokinase? 3. You eat a steak and salad. Which macromolecule cannot be broken down to make ATP? 2. Explain where the fat goes when you lose weight.
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The summary equation of cellular respiration.
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