Which process is not correctly matched with its cellular location o A

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4.Which process is not correctly matched with its cellular location?o A. glycolysis – cytoplasmB. citric acid cycle – mitochondriaC. electron transport – mitochondriaD. a and bE. none of the above; they are all correctly matched o o o o 5.During aerobic respiration, what molecule has (and carries) electrons stripped from food?o o o o o 6.During aerobic respiration, how does NADH give up electrons to regenerate NAD+?o o o o o 7.Which of the following statements correctly reflects the interactions between aerobic respiration and photosynthesis?o o o o o 8.What process is most directly prevented in the absence of adequate oxygen?o A. citric acid cycleB. glycolysisC. electron transport chainD. b and cE. a, b, and c o o o o 9.Where in the cell does fermentation take place?o o
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o o o 10.During fermentation, how does NADH give up electrons to regenerate NAD+?o o o o o Book Questions 1.If a person wants to lose weight, which of the following are viable strategies?o o o o o 2.Which type of organic molecule stores the most energy per gram?o A. proteinsB. starchC. nucleic acidD. fats (triglycerides)E. glycogen o o o o 3. A moderately active 21-year-old female has a choice of eating a 2,500-Calorie meal that is primarily protein or a 2,500-Calorie meal that is primarily sugar. What would be the result, in terms of energy, of choosing one over the other? o A. Nothing; she would burn all these Calories, given her age, gender, and activity level. o B. She would store the excess Calories as protein, regardless which meal she ate. o C. She would store the excess Calories as protein if she ate the protein meal, and as glycogen if she ate the sugar meal.
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