Exam 2 Review - Aerobic Respiration

Exam 2 Review - Aerobic Respiration - Kaiser Imam October...

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Kaiser Imam October 24, 2007 BIOL 215 Exam 2 Review Chapter 10 Chapter 10: Aerobic Respiration 1. Name the parts of the mitochondrion. 2. Where in the cell does each of the following processes occur? a) Glycolysis: b) Acetyl CoA formation: c) TCA cycle: d) Electron transport chain: e) ATP synthesis: f) Fermentation: g) Accumulation of a high proton concentration: 3. Prokaryotes do not have mitochondria, and yet they are still capable of aerobic respiration. Where in the prokaryotic cell are the various components of the respiratory pathway located? 1
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4. What is the step that links glycolysis to the TCA cycle and what is the name of the enzyme involved? What are the products of this step? 5. What are the goals of the TCA cycle? 6. What are some other names for the TCA cycle? 7. What is the purpose of oxaloacetate? What happens to it during the TCA cycle? 8. A small amount of GTP is produced in the TCA cycle. Why is this GTP included in the total amount of ATP made in aerobic respiration? 9.
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