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7.When is glycolysis deemed ‘slow’ or anaerobic? What is the end result of this system and what are the substances (including enzymes) involved?
8.What is the Krebs cycle and what substances can enter into this cycle? What are the products of this cycle and where do they go?
9.What is ETS or oxidative phosphorylation and how does it allow for the production of ATP? (know the 4 complexes, the role of ubiquinone, the role of the cytochromes and where they are found, the role of oxygen, the role of ATP syntase, and the role of H+)
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