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Chapter 6: Respiration Multiple-Choice Questions 1. An Overview of Glucose Oxidation; p. 102; easy; ans: e Which of the following statements about the reactions of glucose oxidation is FALSE? a. The glucose molecule is split apart. b. Hydrogen atoms are removed. c. Oxygen is reduced. d. Energy is released. e. Electrons go from lower to higher energy levels. 2. An Overview of Glucose Oxidation; p. 103; moderate; ans: b In respiration, electrons are extracted from glucose and ultimately accepted by: a. ATP. b. oxygen. c. carbon dioxide. d. water. e. pyruvate. 3. An Overview of Glucose Oxidation; p. 103; easy; ans: d Which of the following is NOT a stage of respiration? a. Citric acid cycle b. Formation of acetyl CoA c. Glycolysis d. Hydrolysis of starch to glucose e. Electron transfer/oxidative phosphorylation 4. An Overview of Glucose Oxidation; p. 103; moderate; ans: e Formation of ATP from ADP and phosphate as a result of electron transport occurs in: a. the citric acid cycle. b. the formation of acetyl CoA. c. fermentation. d. glycolysis. e. oxidative phosphorylation. 5. An Overview of Glucose Oxidation; p. 103; easy; ans: e In respiration, most of the energy in the original glucose molecule is: a. stored in molecules of ADP. b. stored in molecules of ATP. c. stored in molecules of pyruvate. d. released in molecules of carbon dioxide. e. released as heat.
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2 Chapter 6 Respiration 6. Glycolysis; p. 103; easy; ans: c In glycolysis, one molecule of glucose is converted to ______ molecules of ______. a. two; fructose b. three; fructose. c. two; pyruvate d. three; pyruvate e. two; sucrose 7. Glycolysis; p. 103; easy; ans: b Which of the following statements concerning glycolysis is FALSE? a. It is considered a primitive process. b. It is an aerobic process. c. It occurs in a series of 10 steps. d. It is carried out by virtually all cells. e. Its reactions are catalyzed by specific enzymes. 8. Glycolysis; p. 103; easy; ans: b Within the plant cell, glycolysis occurs in: a. mitochondria. b. the cytosol. c. chloroplasts. d. the endoplasmic reticulum. e. the nucleus. 9. Glycolysis; p. 104; easy; ans: e The cell’s net energy harvest from glycolysis is represented by: a. ATP only. b. ADP only. c. NAD + only. d. NADH only e. ATP and NADH. 10. Glycolysis; p. 104; difficult; ans: c As part of the first step in the first preparatory phase of glycolysis: a. the glucose molecule is rearranged. b. the glucose molecule is split in half. c. glucose is phosphorylated. d. NAD + is reduced. e. NADH is oxidized.
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Chapter 6 Respiration 3 11. Glycolysis; p. 104; difficult; ans: a As part of the cleavage step in glycolysis, glucose is: a. converted to glyceraldehyde 3-phosphate and dihydroxyacetone phosphate. b.
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