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2. Which stage in cellular respiration produces the most ATP? a. Glycolysis c. Krebs cycle b. Transition step d. Electron transport
3. What is the role of ATP synthase?
4. Where in a eukaryotic cell does glycolysis occur?
5. Which molecule has the greatest amount of potential energy?
6. If a substance causes holes to form in the inner mitochondrial membrane, which process would be affected first? a. The donation of electrons to O 2 b. Glycolysis c. The production of ATP by ATP synthase d. The formation of acetyl CoA
7. The CO 2 produced in respiration comes mainly from
8. Fats can be broken down into acetyl CoA for use in the Krebs cycle. Fats can also
9. The difference between aerobic respiration and fermentation is
c. The electron acceptors used in the electron transport chain d. The fate of the NADH and pyruvate produced in glycolysis 10.The first phase in the breakdown of glucose, in animal cell is a. Glycolysis c. Kreb’s cycle b. Electron transport chain b. fermentation II. Process. Outline the process of fermentation. III. Understanding. All steps of cellular respiration are closely connected. Describe the problems that would occur if glycolysis, the transition step, the krebs cycle or the electron transport chain were not working.

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