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SubmitHintsMyAnswersGive UpReviewPartCorrectAn increased demand for ATP by a cell will cause an initial decrease in the level of cellular ATP. LowerATP decreases the inhibition of the PFK enzyme, thus increasing the rate of glycolysis, cellularrespiration, and ATP production. It is the initialdecreasein ATP levels that leads to an increase in ATPproduction.
Part D -Fermentation - ATP production in the absence of oxygen
During strenuous exercise, anaerobic conditions can result if the cardiovascular system cannot supplyoxygen fast enough to meet the demands of muscle cells. Assume that a muscle cell’s demand for ATPunder anaerobic conditions remains the same as it was under aerobic conditions.What would happen to the cell’s rate of glucose utilization?SubmitHintsMyAnswersGive UpReviewPartCorrect
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