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Cellular Respiration Edition. Carbs. Glycolysis. Fermentation. Kreb’s Cycle. Electron Transport Chain. Energy. $100. $100. $100. $100. $100. $100. $200. $200. $200. $200. $200. $200. $300. $300. $300. $300. $300. $300. $400. $400. $400. $400. $400. $400. $500.

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Carbs

Glycolysis

Fermentation

Kreb’s

Cycle

Electron

Transport

Chain

Energy

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Biology

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A: It is the literal translation of the name “carbohydrate”.

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Q: What is “carbon water”?

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A: Glucose, fructose, and galactose, all 3 are identified as this.

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Q: What are monosacharides?

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A: All carbohydrates, except monosacharides, are assembled into polymers by this reaction.

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Q: What is a dehydration synthesis (or condensation) reaction?

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A: When a hydrolysis reaction occurs with starch, this molecule is produced in large quantities.

A: When a hydrolysis reaction occurs with starch, this molecule is produced in large quantities.

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Q: What is glucose?

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A: Plants, specifically seeds and roots, but also stems and leaves.

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Q: Where do carbohydrates come from?

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A: The organic molecule glycolysis starts with.

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Q: What is glucose?

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A: Glycolysis occurs here.

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Q: What is the cytosol/cytoplasm?

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A: As a result of glycolysis, the carbon based molecule of glucose is changed to this carbon based molecule.

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Q: What is pyruvic acid (pyruvate)?

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A: As bonds in glucose are broken, free energy is transferred to the bonds of this molecule.

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Q: What is ATP?

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A: This molecule becomes available for use in alcoholic fermentation, or can be utilized by the Electron Transport Chain as part of aerobic respiration.

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Q: What is NADH?

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A: Fermentation occurs when this is not present.

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Q: What is oxygen?

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A: This waste product of fermentation is considered desirable by many adults in western civilization.

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Q: What is ethyl alcohol (ethanol)?

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A: For humans, this product of fermentation accumulates in muscle cells and interferes with normal muscle function.

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Q: What is lactic acid?

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A: It is what allows yeast to perform alcoholic fermentation, while humans cannot.

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Q: What is an enzyme?

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A: This commercial use of fermentation is the primary source of food around the world.

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Q: What is bread making (baking)?

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A: This is where the Kreb’s Cycle occurs.

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Q: What is the mitochondrial matrix?

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A: Liberated in large amounts, it is the key “product” of the Kreb’s Cycle.

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Q: What are hydrogen atoms?

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A: The number of times the Kreb’s Cycle functions for every molecule of glucose.

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Q: What is twice?

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A: This molecule is released by aerobic organisms as a result of performing the Kreb’s Cycle.

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Q: What is Carbon Dioxide (CO2)?

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A: It’ why the Kreb’s Cycle is referred to as a cycle.

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Q: What is 4-carbon molecules are recycled to join with new Acetyl CoA forming new Citric Acid to start again

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A: This is what “cascades” along the Electron Transport Chain, releasing free energy with each collision.

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Q: What is electrons?

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A: The part of the mitochondrion where the Electron Transport Chain occurs.

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A: What is the inner membrane?

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A: 36 ATP.

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Q: What is the total number of ATP synthesized by the Electron Transport Chain?

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A: C6H12O6 + 6O2→ 6CO2 + 6H2O.

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Q: What is the balanced equation for aerobic respiration?

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A: How the free energy released during the Electron Transport Chain is harnessed and used to synthesize ATP.

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Q: What is chemiosmosis (ATP synthetase)?

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A: The contestant on the far right would get the most efficient metabolism out of the lunch she ate by doing this?

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Q: What is breathe oxygen?

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A: This type of reaction always results in the use of a fuel to produce water and carbon dioxide.

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Q: What is a combustion reaction?

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A: Cellular Respiration would be represented by this type of energy curve.

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Q: What is an exothermic energy curve?

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A: This is how many times more efficient aerobic respiration is than anaerobic respiration.

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Q: What is 19?

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A: The radiant energy captured from the sun by plants can be found in the potential energy of this molecule in your cells.

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Q: What is ATP?

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