Cellular respiration and Photosynthesis

Cellular respiration and Photosynthesis - Cellular...

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Cellular respiration and Photosynthesis 1) What are the types of ATP synthesis that are involved in the different stages of respiration? Glycolysis- substrate level phosphorylation Kreb’s cycle- substrate level phosphorylation Chemiosmosis- oxidative phosphorylation 2) What is the cellular location of the different steps of respiration? Glycolysis- cytosol Kreb’s cycle- mitochondrial matrix Chemiosmosis- inner mitochondrial membrane The entry of pyruvate into the citric acid cycle requires its conversion into ____Acetyl CoA_. This step is affected by the presence of __Oxygen_ . 3) Classify the following phases of glycolysis as endergonic and exergonic? a) energy investment phase- endergonic b) energy yielding phase- exergonic 4) In the conversion of pyruvate to Acetyl CoA, what is the oxidizing agent? What is it converted to? NAD + . It is reduced to NADH and H+ . 5) During Kreb’s cycle, for every Acetyl CoA molecule that enters the cycle, what are the inputs and the outputs?
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