Ch9MC - By Nolan Mattox and Lennart Bastian Multiple Choice...

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By Nolan Mattox and Lennart Bastian Multiple Choice Qs For Chapter 9 1. What is the purpose of oxygen in aerobic respiration? a) it accepts electrols at the end of the electron transport chain b) it carries waste CO2 to the blood stream for excretion c) the oxygen molecule becomes part of the ATP molecule d) it’s used to form sugar molecules e) it donates an H+ ion that’s used to form NADH (correct answer) 2. Which sequence organizes molecules from greatest potential ATP yield to least potential ATP yield (per molecule)? a) pyruvate, ethanol, glucose, acetyl CoA b) glucose, pyruvate, acetyl CoA, NADH (correct answer) c) glucose, pyruvate, NADH, acetyl CoA d) glucose, FADH2, acetyl CoA, pyruvate e) glucose, FADH2, NADH, pyruvate 3. At levels of atmospheric O2 below 1%, the amount of CO2 released is high. Why? a) because the Krebs cycle is very active b) alcohol fermentation is occurring (correct answer) c) photosynthesis is not taking place d) enzymes are denaturing e) O2 is being converted to CO2
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This note was uploaded on 10/30/2009 for the course SI 0126 taught by Professor Gourney during the Spring '09 term at École Normale Supérieure.

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Ch9MC - By Nolan Mattox and Lennart Bastian Multiple Choice...

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