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D) Cell B has a higher concentration of sucrose than cell A. E) Cells A and B were isotonic to each other. 3) If red blood cells are taken from the body and placed in a hypertonic solution, what happens to the cells? A) The cells swell and burst because water moves into them. B) The cells shrivel up because water leaves them. C) The cells remain unchanged due to equal solute concentrations inside and outside the cells. D) The cells remain unchanged due to equal water concentrations inside and outside the cells. E) They become white blood cells.
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4) In the C 3 pathway, where does the carbon come from to form glucose? A) ATP and NADPH B) Chlorophyll C) Atmospheric CO2 D) Enzymes E) Water 5) Where do the reactions of a C 4 pathway occur in a plant such as corn? A) Mesophyll cells only B) Bundle sheath cells only C) Epidermal cells only D) Mesophyll and bundle sheath cells E) Bundle sheath and epidermal cells 6) During glycolysis, what is the net gain of ATP molecules produced from one glucose molecule? A) 2 B) 4 C) 34 D) 36 E) No ATP molecules are produced during glycolysis. 7) Which of the following parts of the mitochondria is (are) directly involved in the synthesis of ATP during chemiosmosis? A) Matrix only B) Inner membrane only C) Outer membrane only D) Matrix and inner membrane E) Inner and outer membranes 8) The products of the Krebs cycle include A) ATP only. B) carbon dioxide only.
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C) energy carriers only. D) carbon dioxide and energy carriers only. E) ATP, carbon dioxide, and energy carriers. 9) Which step produces the most ATP? A) Glycolysis B) The Krebs cycle C) The ETC 10) What is the significance of the conversion of pyruvate to lactate during fermentation? A) Pyruvate becomes available to enter mitochondrial matrix reactions. B) The citric acid cycle is initiated. C) NAD + is regenerated for use in glycolysis. D) The oxidation of pyruvate becomes possible. E) ATP is produced at a higher rate.
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