Quiz 9 - a also increase b decrease 7 Incorporating CO 2 into organic cpds is known as carbon fixation This takes place in the a thylakoid space b

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10.31.8 Quiz 9 1. In the absence of oxygen (fermentation), how much ATP/glucose is made by the citric acid cycle? a. 0 b. 4 c. 2 total d. 2 net e. 1 2. The movement of ___ through ___ directly provides energy for ATP production. a. protons; ETC b. electrons; ETC c. protons; ATPsynthase d. electrons; ATPsynthase 3. Generally, as the cell concentration of ___ increases, ATP production increases. a. ATP b. AMP c. NAD+ d. H 2 O e. acetyl-CoA 4. This is a coenzyme returning from the mitochondrial ETC. a. NADH + H + b. NADPH + H + c. FADH 2 d. FAD e. acetyl-CoA 5. Which rx has a + ^G value? a. glucose + O 2 à CO 2 + H 2 O b. CO 2 + H 2 O à glucose + O 2 6. If the pH inside a thylakoid should increase, ATP production should…
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Unformatted text preview: a. also increase. b. decrease. 7. Incorporating CO 2 into organic cpds is known as carbon fixation. This takes place in the. . a. thylakoid space. b. thylakoid membrane. c. stroma. d. cytosol. True or False (a or b) . 8. Anaerobic conditions will prevent the oxidation of glucose. 9. Cyclic electron flow only involves photosystem I, without NADP+ being involved. 10. The chemiosmosis process occurs in both anaerobic and aerobic respiration and also in photosynthesis. Key: 1a, 2c, 3b, 4d, 5b, 6b, 7c, 8b, 9a, 10a...
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