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Unformatted text preview: ate. Pyruvate 1,3 di- phospho- glycerate. Ethanol iClicker Question 6: Consider carbon 1 of glucose; where does it end up in fructose 1,6 di- phosphate? A B C D E O O H OH OH O HC C C C C C OH H H H P P O H OH OH OH C H OH C C C C C H H OH Glucose H H H H Fructose 1,6 di-phosphate H iClicker Question 7: Consider carbon 1 of glucose; where does it end up in pyruvate? A O H OH OH OH C H OH C C C C C H OH H H B C H O H H 3C C pyruvate Glucose C O O iClicker Question 8: Consider carbon 1 of glucose; where does it end up in ethanol? A O H OH OH OH C H OH C C C C C H OH H H H Glucose B OH H H 3C CH2 ethanol iClicker Question 9: Which of the following are differences between fermentation and respiration? A. In respiration, NADH is recycled using O2; in fermentation, NADH is recycled using acetaldehyde. B. In respiration, ~36 ATP are produced per glucose; in fermentation, only 2 ATP are produced. C. In respiration, glucose is converted to CO2 and H2O; in fermentation: ethanol and CO2. D. In fermentation, ATP is used to drive reactions in the cell that are non- spontaneous (have ΔG +); in respiration, ATP is used to produce NADH. E. More than one of the above. iClicker Question 10: Yogurt- making bacteria get ATP this way: Glucose + n ADP + n Pi è༎ 2 lactic acid + n ATP This occurs in the abence of O2; what is a likely value for n? A. B. C. D. About 0. About 2. About 10. About 36....
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This note was uploaded on 03/28/2014 for the course BIO 111 taught by Professor White during the Fall '11 term at University of Massachusetts Boston.

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