Module 4, Unit 3 - Lab

Module 4, Unit 3 - Lab - 1. A glucose molecule has how many...

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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? - 2 pyruvate molecules (3 carbon atoms) 4. Does glycolysis need oxygen? - No it does not need oxygen. 5. What is the net pay off of ATPs from glycolysis? - 2 ATPs is the net pay off from glycolysis. 6. Glycolysis produces how many NADH? - 2 NADHs 7. Krebs Citric Acid Cycle takes place where? - Inner space 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] ? - It cleaves one of the carbon off the pyruvate. 10. The preparation step changes pyruvate into what ? - It changes it into Acetyl-CoA 11. How many carbon atoms does Acetyl-CoA have ? - It has 2 carbon atoms.
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This note was uploaded on 05/26/2011 for the course SCIENCE 101 taught by Professor Smith during the Spring '11 term at Algonquin College.

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Module 4, Unit 3 - Lab - 1. A glucose molecule has how many...

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