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Aerobic Respiration is the controlled release of energy from food using oxygen. This quiz assess the information learned from the note and flashcard deck on Aerobic Respiration. It is suitable for anyone studing intermediate level biology.
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Aerobic Respiration is the controlled release of energy from food using oxygen.
Energy stored in the bonds of a molecule such as glucose is released and used to make ......? Choose the correct product.
What is the process that the stage 1 reactions of aerobic respiration starts with?
Where does Glycolysis take place in the cell?
What is the molecule produced by Glycolysis?
Glycolysis does not require oxygen.
What are the molecules made from energy production in glycolysis? (Stage 1 Aerobic Respiration)
Stage 2 aerobic respiration does not require oxygen.
When oxygen is present, which subcellular organelle does pyruvic acid enter?
What happens to pyruvic acid when it enters mitochondria?
it loses a carbon dioxide (CO2) molecule to form a 2-carbon (C2) molecule
it gains a carbon dioxide (CO2) molecule to form a 2-carbon (C2) molecule
it loses a carbon dioxide (CO2) molecule to form a 4-carbon (C4) molecule
What is the name of the 2-carbon molecule produced when pyruvic acid is reduced?
Pyruvic Acid loses two high energy electrons during stage 2 aerobic respiration. What happens to these two high energy electrons?
These combine with NADP+ and a proton (H+) to form NADPH.
These combine with NAD+ and a proton (H+) to form NADH.
These oxidise NAD+ to form NADH.
Upon entering the Kreb's cycle, Acetyl Coenzyme A is broken down into two products. Choose the correct products?
What happens when phosphorylation takes place in the Kreb's cycle?
ATP is converted to ADP and Phosphate
ADP combines with Phosphate to form ATP
Oxygen is converted to Carbon Dioxide
Where is the Electron Transport System located in the cell?
Inner foldings of the mitochondria
Mitochondrial Outer Membrane
What is the name of the process the Electron transport System uses to produce ATP?
The Electron Transport System cannot work in the absense of oxygen.
What is the role of cyanide in inhibiting Aerobic Respiration?
prevent some of the proteins in the system from recieving of passing on electrons meaning that ATP is not produced
Allow some of the proteins in the system to recieving electrons meaning that ATP is produced
prevent some of the proteins in the system from recieving of passing on electrons meaning tha ATP is produced
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