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Unformatted text preview: 1. ____________________________ 2. ____________________________ 3. ____________________________ 4. In glycolysis: What is the net ATP made per glucose? Is any O 2 used? Are any electron taxi cabs made? What are these taxi cabs called? Where in the cell does glycolysis take place? 5. In fermentation: What chemical accumulates in your muscles if there is not enough oxygen, causing the cells to undergo fermentation? What chemical do yeast cells make in this situation? 6. In aerobic respiration: Precisely where in the cell does most of aerobic respiration take place? Where do the electrons go when the get off the taxi cabs? What is O 2 used for? 7. For every glucose molecule, how many ATP can you make? 8. Besides glucose, what other foods can you use to make ATP? 9. Fill in the blanks in the diagram below:...
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