Chapter 8 Questions - Deja Pollard Pd 2 Chapter Questions Chapter 8 Questions 1 Glucose is broken down in the mitochondrion in order to produce energy 2

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Deja Pollard 11/04/19 Pd. 2 Chapter Questions Chapter 8 Questions 1. Glucose is broken down in the mitochondrion in order to produce energy. 2. C6H12O6 + 6O2 ——> 6H2O + 6CO2 + ATP 3. 6H2O + 6CO2 + light energy ——> C6H12O6 + 6O2 4. Catabolic because the breakdown of glucose and exergonic because the release of energy. 5. No. 6. Four. 7. Two. 8. The cytoplasm. 9. Two molecules of pyruvate. 10. ATP is produced by substrate-level phosphorylation. 11. Two. 12. Yes. 13. NADH and CO2. 14. CO2 exits the mitochondrion into the cytoplasm and is exhaled and NADH goes to the electron transport chain. 15. Two molecules. 16. Acetyl-CoA. 17. Two molecules. 18. Three. 19. The function of NADH is to carry energy to the ETC. 20. The function of FADH2 is to carry energy to the ETC. 21. The function of NADPH in plants is to transfer an electron needed during the Calvin Cycle. 22. Six. 23. Two. 24. ATP is produced by substrate-level phosphorylation. 25. The Krebs Cycle is also called the Citric Acid Cycle because the first molecule produced is citrate (citric acid).
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Unformatted text preview: 26. It goes to plants for the process of photosynthesis. 27. NAD+ is reduced into NADH during the Citric Acid Cycle. 28. The ATP released during glycolysis and the Citric Acid Cycle is used to do work in the body. 29. The proton-motive force in cellular respiration is the movement of electrons along the hydrogen gradient in order to produce ATP. 30. Chemiosmosis in cellular respiration is the production of ATP in the ATP synthase. 31. The proton-motive force in photosynthesis is the movement of electrons along the hydrogen gradient in order to produce ATP. 32. Chemiosmosis in photosynthesis is the production of ATP in the ATP synthase. 33. Yes. 34. Electrons being carried in the ETC. 35. The function of the ATP synthase in plants is to produce ATP. 36. The function of the ATP synthase in animals is to produce ATP. 37. Chemiosmosis. 38. Two. 39. Two. 40. Two. 41. No. 42. No. 43. Less ATP would be produced. 44. Glycolysis, the prepatory reactions and...
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