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In which process is glucose oxidized to form two molecules of Pyruvate? 
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Fermentation
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What is the role of oxygen in the electron transport chain? 
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It is reduced to form CO2 
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During the energy payoff phase of glycolysis, ______
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NADH & ATP are produced 
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Which statement correctly describes the difference between alcohol fermentation & lactic acid fermentation? 
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Lactic acid fermentation produces lactate, & alcohol fermentation produces ethanol 
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The energy from the electrons in NADH & FADH2 fuel what process in the electron transport chain? 
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The movement of H+ through ATP synthase 
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Most of the nadh that delivers electrons to the electron transport chain comes from which of the following process? 
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The citric acid cycle 
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In preparing Pyruvate to enter the citric acid cycle which of the following steps occur?
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Pyruvate is oxidized and decarboxylated and the removed electrons are used to reduce an NAD+ to an NADH 
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Cells must regulate their metabolic pathways so that they do not waste resources. What is the most common mechanism that regular cellular respiration in most cells?
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Feedback inhibition of glycolysis
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In what molecules is the majority of the chemical energy from Pyruvate transferred during the citric acid cycle? 
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ADP
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Which of the following is a correct description of the events of cellular respiration and the sequence of events in cellular respiration? 
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Oxidation of glucose to Pyruvate; oxidation of Pyruvate; oxidation of acetyl-coA; oxidative phosphorylation 
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During the aerobic respiration, molecular oxygen O2 is used for which of the following purposes?
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At the end of the citric acid cycle to regenerate citric acid 
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Which part of the catabolism of glucose by cellular respiration requires molecular oxygen (O2) & produces CO2? 
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The electron transport chain 
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Q:
In which process is glucose oxidized to form two molecules of Pyruvate? 
A:
Fermentation
Q:
What is the role of oxygen in the electron transport chain? 
A:
It is reduced to form CO2 
Q:
During the energy payoff phase of glycolysis, ______
A:
NADH & ATP are produced 
Q:
Which statement correctly describes the difference between alcohol fermentation & lactic acid fermentation? 
A:
Lactic acid fermentation produces lactate, & alcohol fermentation produces ethanol 
Q:
The energy from the electrons in NADH & FADH2 fuel what process in the electron transport chain? 
A:
The movement of H+ through ATP synthase 
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Most of the nadh that delivers electrons to the electron transport chain comes from which of the following process? 
A:
The citric acid cycle 
Q:
In preparing Pyruvate to enter the citric acid cycle which of the following steps occur?
A:
Pyruvate is oxidized and decarboxylated and the removed electrons are used to reduce an NAD+ to an NADH 
Q:
Cells must regulate their metabolic pathways so that they do not waste resources. What is the most common mechanism that regular cellular respiration in most cells?
A:
Feedback inhibition of glycolysis
Q:
In what molecules is the majority of the chemical energy from Pyruvate transferred during the citric acid cycle? 
A:
ADP
Q:
Which of the following is a correct description of the events of cellular respiration and the sequence of events in cellular respiration? 
A:
Oxidation of glucose to Pyruvate; oxidation of Pyruvate; oxidation of acetyl-coA; oxidative phosphorylation 
Q:
During the aerobic respiration, molecular oxygen O2 is used for which of the following purposes?
A:
At the end of the citric acid cycle to regenerate citric acid 
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Which part of the catabolism of glucose by cellular respiration requires molecular oxygen (O2) & produces CO2? 
A:
The electron transport chain 
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