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BIOL 100 – General Biology JG Boal Chapter 6 – Cellular Respiration - Review Questions 1. What does anaerobic mean? 2. What is the difference between respiration and cellular respiration ? 3. What molecule captures the energy from cellular respiration? 4. What is the relationship between cellular respiration and photosynthesis? 5. Where in the cell do cellular respiration and photosynthesis occur? 6. Be able to write the equations for cellular respiration and photosynthesis. 7. In redox reactions, the loss of electrons is called ___ and the gain of electrons is called ___. 8. What key enzyme is important in CR? 9. What does NADH do? 10. What is the purpose of the electron transport chain? 11. What are the names of the three stages of CR? In which order do they occur?
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Unformatted text preview: 12. Where in the mitochondria do these three stages occur? 13. What are the end products of glycolysis? 14. In which types of cells does glycolysis occur? 15. What are the end products of the citric acid cycle? 16. What happens in chemiosmosis? 17. What is the role of oxygen? 18. One glycolysis and citric acid cycle process how many glucose molecules? 19. One glucose molecule yields how many ATP? 20. When is fermentation used instead of CR? 21. Why isnt fermentation used all the time? 22. What are some important food or beverage products of fermentation? 23. Is glucose the only chemical in food that can be processed for ATP? 24. Which type of food (chemical group) yields the most ATP per gram consumed?...
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