EXAM II - 6/27/2011 EXAM II EXAM II Biology 170 1. When...

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EXAM II Biology 170 1. When molecules are broken apart in respiration, A. the heat produced is used to drive biological reactions. B. the oxygen in the compounds that are broken apart is used as an energy source. C. the energy released in respiration is channeled into molecules of ATP. D. ATP is converted into ADP. E. ADP is released as a waste product. 2. Cellular respiration A. is the reverse of the process of photosynthesis. B. involves the physical exchange of gases. C. is a mechanism of tapping the energy found in the bonds between atoms forming organic compounds. D. can occur only if there is a supply of glucose available because no other compound is involved in cellular respiration. E. occurs only in animal cells. 3. Which of the following liberates the most energy in the form of ATP? A. aerobic respiration B. anaerobic respiration C. alcoholic fermentation D. lactate fermentation E. All liberate the same amount, but through different means. 6/27/2011 EXAM II personal.carthage.edu/…/bio170b.html 1/14
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4. The correct operational sequence of the three processes listed below is: I. glycolysis II. ETP III. rebs A. I (r) II (r) III B. II (r)I (r) III C. III(r)I (r) II D. II (r)III (r) I E. I (r) III (r) II 5. How many ATP molecules (net yield) are produced per molecule of glucose degraded during glycolysis? A. 1 B. 2 C. 4 D. 36 E. 38 6. The Krebs cycle takes place in the A. ribosomes. B. cytoplasm. C. nucleus. D. mitochondria. E. chloroplasts. 7. The greatest number of ATP molecules is produced in A. glycolysis. B. alcoholic fermentation. 6/27/2011 EXAM II personal.carthage.edu/…/bio170b.html 2/14
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C. anaerobic electron transport. D. electron transport phosphorylation. E. the Krebs cycle. 8. During electron transport phosphorylation, which ions accumulate in the outer compartment of the mitochondria? A. calcium B. hydrogen C. oxygen D. phosphorus E. sodium 9. When a cell undergoes mitosis, A. the daughter cells have identical genes. B. the daughter cell has genes identical to those of the mother cell that produced it. C. the amount of cytoplasm in the mother cell and in each of the daughter cells is equal. D. there is an exact duplication and division of all of the organelles between daughter cells. E. both a and b, but not c or d 10. Which of the following is NOT associated with meiosis? A. reduction of number of chromosomes B. somatic cells C. sexual reproduction D. sperm and egg 6/27/2011 EXAM II personal.carthage.edu/…/bio170b.html 3/14
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E. germ cells 11. In mitosis, if a parent cell has sixteen chromosomes, each daughter cell will have how many chromosomes? A. 64
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