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  Bloom's Level: Evaluate Section 10.04 Topic: Microbial Metabolism     Fill in the Blank Questions   10-10
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Chapter 10 - Test Bank: Catabolism Energy Release and Conservation 10-11
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Chapter 10 - Test Bank: Catabolism Energy Release and Conservation 22. When mitochondria pass electrons donated by NADH through the electron transport chain to molecular oxygen, a theoretical maximum of __________ molecules of ATP can be made  per oxygen molecule reduced.  three   Bloom's Level: Remember Section 10.05 Topic: Microbial Metabolism   23. The hypothesis that proton motive force drives ATP synthesis is called the __________  hypothesis.  chemiosmotic   Bloom's Level: Understand Section 10.05 Topic: Microbial Metabolism   24.  The most commonly accepted hypothesis for the production of ATP that results from  electron transport system is called the __________ hypothesis.   chemiosmotic   Bloom's Level: Understand Section 10.05 Topic: Microbial Metabolism     True / False Questions   25.  Bacterial electron transport chains may be comprised of fewer components and have  lower P/O ratios than mitochondrial transport chains.   TRUE   Bloom's Level: Understand Section 10.05 Topic: Microbial Metabolism   10-12
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Chapter 10 - Test Bank: Catabolism Energy Release and Conservation 26.  The electron transport systems in eukaryotes and prokaryotes use different electron  carriers.   TRUE   Bloom's Level: Understand Section 10.05 Topic: Microbial Metabolism   27. In addition to being used in the making of ATP, proton motive force is used directly to  power the rotation of bacterial flagella.  TRUE   Bloom's Level: Remember Section 10.05 Topic: Microbial Metabolism     Multiple Choice Questions   28.  Differences between mitochondrial and  E. coli  electron transport chains include the  following:   A.   The  E. coli  chain contains a different array of cytochromes.  B.   The fundamental principles on which they operate are different.  C.   Higher P/O values are observed in  E. coli D.   The electron transport change does not involve membranes in  E. coli   Bloom's Level: Evaluate Section 10.05 Topic: Microbial Metabolism   10-14
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