110 Q#5 F09 Lecture Answers

110 Q#5 F09 Lecture Answers - A. Ethanol B. Acetyl-CoA C....

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Biology 110 quiz 5 F09 1. Glycolysis and cellular respiration are a series of mostly what types of reactions? A. Anabolic B. Catabolic C. Photosynthetic D. Light reactions E. Anaerobic reactions 1. Glycolysis and cellular respiration are a series of mostly what types of reactions? A. Photosynthetic B. Light reactions C. Anaerobic reactions D. Anabolic E. Catabolic 2. What is the net gain of the energy yielding reactions of glycolysis? A. CO 2 B. 4 ATP D. E. 2 NADPH and 1 H 2 O 2. What is the net gain of the energy yielding reactions of glycolysis? A. CO 2 B. 4 ATP C. E. 2 NADPH and 1 H 2 O 3. What is the end product of glycolysis?
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Unformatted text preview: A. Ethanol B. Acetyl-CoA C. CO2 D. Pyruvate E. Lactic acid 3. What is the end product of glycolysis? A. Pyruvate B. Ethanol C. Acetyl-CoA D. CO2 E. Lactic acid 4. Where do the reactions of the Krebs cycle take place? A. Chloroplast B. Mitochondrial matrix C. Mitochondrial membrane D. Cytoplasm E. Stroma 4. Where do the reactions of the Krebs cycle take place? A. Chloroplast B. Mitochondrial membrane C. Mitochondrial matrix D. Cytoplasm E. Stroma 5. How many proton pumps are used in cellular respiration? A. 0 B. 1 C. 2 D. 3 E. 4 5. How many proton pumps are used in cellular respiration? A. 4 B. 3 C. 2 D. 1 E....
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