GR - Cell Respiration and Metabolism III - Copy

GR - Cell Respiration and Metabolism III - Copy - Guided...

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Guided Reading - Cell Respiration and Metabolism III 1. Glycolysis converts glucose into two ______________ molecules. A. glycogen B. lactic acid C. acetyl CoA D. pyruvic acid 2. Beta-oxidation of an 18 carbon fatty acid will yield _____ acetyl CoA molecules. A. 9 B. 6 C. 18 D. None of these choices are correct. 3. To form lactic acid from pyruvic acid it is necessary to have A. NAD. B. FAD. C. NADH. D. FADH. 4. During the conversion of one pyruvic acid to acetyl coenzyme A, ______________ molecule(s) of carbon dioxide is/are produced. A. no B. one C. two D. four 5. The final electron acceptor in aerobic cell respiration is A. water. B. oxygen. C. carbon dioxide. D. ATP. 6. ______________ cells normally produce ATP exclusively by anaerobic respiration metabolism. A. Red blood B. White blood C. Skin D. Nerve 7. Energy lost during the process of aerobic cell respiration is given off as A. carbon dioxide.
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B. water. C. oxygen.
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