Bio 1A Lect 10 Quiz Answers

Bio 1A Lect 10 Quiz Answers - 3) The electron transport...

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Bio 1A Lect 10 Quiz Answers 40% acetyl CoA alpha-keto-glutarate ATP Synthase citrate citric acid cycle cytochromes eight exergonic fumarate H2O internal rod Krebs cycle mitochondrion no ATP O2 oxidizes proton-motive force e rotor stator succinyl CoA tricarboxylic acid cycle 1) In the presence of  O2 , pyruvate enters the  mitochondrion . Before the  citric acid cycle 2) The  Krebs cycle  or  tricarboxylic acid cycle  takes place within the mitochondrial matrix + NADH ->  succinyl CoA +NADH ->  succinate +ATP ->  fumarate +FADH2 -> malate -> 
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Unformatted text preview: 3) The electron transport chain occurs in the cristae of the mitochondrion. Most of the cha drop from food to O2 into smaller steps. 4) Electron transfer causes proteins to pump H+ from the mitochondrial matrix into the inte 5) ATP synthase has three parts: a stator , a rotor , and an internal rod . Ions enter the sta 6) About 40% energy in a glucose molecule is transferred to ATP during cellular respiration...
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Bio 1A Lect 10 Quiz Answers - 3) The electron transport...

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