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Chapter 7 . Cell Respiration. Chemical reaction in which energy is released in support of cell life is. Photosynthesis Chemosynthsis Oxidation Cell respiration. During cell respiration, energy is transferred from. Enzyme to glucose Glucose to ATP ATP to glucose

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chapter 7

Chapter 7

Cell Respiration

chemical reaction in which energy is released in support of cell life is
Chemical reaction in which energy is released in support of cell life is
  • Photosynthesis
  • Chemosynthsis
  • Oxidation
  • Cell respiration
during cell respiration energy is transferred from
During cell respiration, energy is transferred from
  • Enzyme to glucose
  • Glucose to ATP
  • ATP to glucose
  • Glucose to CO2 and water
less atp is produced in anaerobic respiration than aerobic respiration because
Less ATP is produced in anaerobic respiration than aerobic respiration because
  • Fewer bonds are broken
  • O2 is energy rich
  • Fewer CO2 molecules are produced
  • ATP is invested in the process
the first stage of cell respiration takes place in the
The first stage of cell respiration takes place in the
  • Nucleus
  • Vacuoles
  • Mitochondria
  • cytoplasm
the compounds co 2 and h 2 o
The compounds CO2 and H2O
  • The reactants in cellular respiration
  • The reactants in photosynthesis
  • Products in photosynthesis
  • Products in fermentation
the compounds co 2 and h 2 o1
The compounds CO2 and H2O
  • More potential energy than glucose
  • Are produced ONLY by heterotrophs
  • Both enter a plant by soil
  • Have less potential energy than glucose
which of the following is produced in anaerobic respiration in the muscle cells
Which of the following is produced in anaerobic respiration in the muscle cells
  • C6H12O6
  • CO2
  • C2H5OH
  • C3H6O3
this accumulates in the muscles and causes fatigue when oxygen is depleted
This accumulates in the muscles and causes fatigue, when oxygen is depleted
  • CO2
  • Lactic acid
  • Pyruvic acid
  • Glucose
what is the first step in cellular respiration
What is the first step in cellular respiration?
  • Kreb cycle
  • Fermentation
  • Electron transport chain
  • Glycolysis
the reactants of this step of cellular respiration are acetyl coa and oxaloacetic acid
The reactants of this step of cellular respiration are acetyl CoA and oxaloacetic acid
  • Fermentation
  • Glycolysis
  • Citric acid cycle
  • Electron transport chain
in aerobic respiration a total of 4 atp are produced in this stage
In aerobic respiration, a total of 4 ATP are produced in this stage
  • Glycoylsis
  • Forming acetyl CoA
  • Kreb’s cycle
  • Electron Transport Chain
the first compound formed in the kreb s cycle is
The first compound formed in the Kreb’s cycle is
  • Citric acid
  • Lactic acids
  • Pyruvic acid
  • Hydrochloric acid
what is the net amount of atp produced in anaerobic respiration
What is the net amount of ATP produced in anaerobic respiration?
  • 40 ATP
  • 38 ATP
  • 36 ATP
  • 2 ATP
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Which of the following is an important molecule recycled by both lactic acid and alcoholic fermentation?
  • ATP
  • NADH2
  • CO2
  • NAD+
animals cannot make their own food and are therefore called
Animals cannot make their own food and are therefore called
  • Heterotrophs
  • Autotrophs
  • Photosynthetic
  • chemosynthetic
in the second step of aerobic respiration pyruvic acid is converted into co2 nadh2 and
In the second step of aerobic respiration, pyruvic acid is converted into CO2, NADH2, and …
  • Citric acid
  • Oxaloacetic acid
  • Acetyl CoA
  • Lactic acid
what two products of the kreb s cycle drive the electron transport chain
What two products of the Kreb’s cycle drive the Electron Transport Chain?
  • H2O and CO2
  • Acetyl CoA and ATP
  • Oxaloacetic acid and citric acid
  • NADH2 and FADH2
where in the mitochondria does the kreb s cycle take place
Where in the mitochondria does the Kreb’s cycle take place?
  • Matrix
  • Cell membrane
  • Cristae
  • Cell wall
where in the mitochondria is the electron transport chain located
Where in the mitochondria is the electron transport chain located?
  • Matrix
  • Cell membrane
  • Cristae
  • Cell wall
in fermentation ethyl alcohol is produced from this molecule
In fermentation, ethyl alcohol is produced from this molecule
  • Lactic acid
  • NAD
  • FAD
  • Pyruvic Acid
which two molecules drive the production of atp in the etc
Which two molecules drive the production of ATP in the ETC?
  • Water/ carbon dioxide
  • NADH2/FADH2
  • Ethyl alcohol/ATP
  • Citric Acid/Acetyl CoA
process that occurs between blood cells and body cells
Process that occurs between blood cells and body cells
  • Breathing
  • Gas exchange
  • Respiration
  • Combustion