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Running Head: ACE BIOLOGY MODULE 4:3 1 Transition Reaction and Krebs Cycle Lab 1. A glucose molecule has how many carbon atoms? 6 Carbon atoms. 2. What happens to a glucose molecule in glycolysis? It gets split in half and we end up with 2 pyruvic molecules. 3. What do we end up with, after glycolysis? Two molecules of pyruvic acid 4. Does glycolysis need oxygen? No 5. What is the net pay off of ATPs from glycolysis? 2 ATPs’ 6. Glycolysis produces how many NADH? 2 NADHs 7. Krebs Citric Acid Cycle takes place where? Matrix of the mitochondria 8. The preparation step (preparing the pyruvate) is called what? Pyruvate Oxidation 9. What happens in the preparation step [or transition reaction] ? Cleaves one of the carbon off the pyruvate. 10. The preparation step changes pyruvate into what ? Acetyl-CoA 11. How many carbon atoms does Acetyl-CoA have ? 2 carbon atoms.
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ACE BIOLOGY MODULE 4:3 2 12. The preparation step also produces what ?
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