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  1. Jeopardy – Cellular Respiration

  2. It is the starting molecule

  3. It is the product of glycolysis

  4. Stage 1 occurs here

  5. This is the number of NADH reduced per glucose in Stage 1

  6. The molecule created after the split from 6 carbons to 3, it only lasts for a split second

  7. The number of NADH reduced in this stage

  8. The process which strips a CO2 off the pyruvate is called this

  9. This is the product of stage 2

  10. The product of stage 2 can also be converted into this molecule if energy is not really needed at the time

  11. The number of ATP created by direct (or substrate-level) phosphorylation in this stage

  12. The number of ATP’s made directly in this stage (per molecule of glucose)

  13. The number of electron carriers reduced in this stage

  14. The 4-carbon molecule that returns to begin the cycle again and joins with acetyl CoA is called this

  15. This is the number of CO2’s produced by this stage

  16. The first product molecule at the start of the Krebs Cycle

  17. This is the number of transmembrane proteins spanning the membrane in the ETC

  18. The number of ATP’s produced for every FADH2 carrier that enters the ETC

  19. The production of ATP by ATP synthase is this type of phosphorylation

  20. The final electron acceptor at the end of the chain is this tiny but essential molecule

  21. This is the main reason why the movement of electrons through the protein chain is able to result in mass production of ATP

  22. ATP is more accurately known as this nucleic acid

  23. This is the number of ATP’s theoretically produced by the presence of one glucose molecule in the cell

  24. Not every NADH molecule results in three ATP’s made by the synthase – this is why

  25. This type of phosphorylation is performed in Stages 1 and 3

  26. The main reason why the actual yield of ATP’s in the cell is less than the theoretical yield is this problem with the mitochondrial membranes