Exam 2 - Glycolysis & Respiration Handout

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Supplemental Instruction for Biology 101 Sessions: Glycolysis and Respiration 1. What is the equation for respiration? 2. A reaction that occurs in the presence of oxygen is called _________, while a reaction in the absence of oxygen is ________________. 3. Carbon-Carbon bonds store ________________. 4. In the mitochondria, glucose is (reduced or oxidized) to make ATP. 5. Breaking down glucose, during glycolysis occurs spontaneously, which means that it is an (exergonic or endergonic) reaction. But making ATP is an (exergonic or endergonic) reaction. 6. Glycolysis takes place in the _______________ and is an (aerobic or anaerobic) process. 7. The _________________ and the ___________________ occur in the mitochondria and they are both (aerobic or anaerobic) processes. 8. If there was no oxygen in the early years if earth, how did primitive prokaryotic cells obtain their energy? 9. What are the products of glycolysis? 10. Why does glycolysis result in a net gain of 2 ATP?
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Supplemental Instruction for Biology 101 Sessions: 11. What are the 3 “fates” of pyruviic acid? Which processes are anaerobic and which are aerobic? 12. Where in the mitochondria does the Krebs cycle take place? 13. What are the total products of only the Krebs Cycle? 14. What is the main goal of the Krebs Cycle? 15. During the Krebs cycle, carbon dioxide is returned to the ______________, which completes the ____________. 16. How many Kreb’s cycles occur for every one molecule of glucose? 17. The Kreb’s cycle is an (endergonic, exergonic reaction). 18. What drives the Krebs Cycle and the electron transpost chain? 19. 90% of the energy of glucose is stored in __________ and ____________, and
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This note was uploaded on 02/08/2011 for the course BIO 101 taught by Professor Cantwell during the Fall '08 term at University of Tennessee.

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