Set 10 - Chapter 5 - Cellular Respiration - Princeton

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Question Answer
The process of glycolysis produces ATP and NADH by converting one molecule of ____________ to two molecules of ____________ . glucose, pyruvate
The pyruvate dehydrogenase complex is found in the ____________of the mitochondria. matrix
The process of glycolysis ____________ require oxygen. does not
____________ is made of many glucose molecules bonded together, and its function is to store energyGlycogen
When a molecule (such as an electron carrier) accepts a pair of electrons, we say it has become ____________. reduced
During the PDC, a molecule of pyruvate is converted to ____________, a molecule of ____________ is produced, and ____________ is lost.acetyl Co-A, NADH, CO2
The PDC ____________ an aerobic process. is
The Krebs cycle____________ require oxygen. does
The principal substance that enters the Krebs cycle is ____________acetyl Co-A
Oxygen is also known as the ____________final electron acceptor
One of the goals of electron transport is to ____________ the electron carriers back to “empty.” oxidize
Electron transport occurs along the ____________ of the mitochondria. inner membrane
The products of the Krebs cycle are three molecules of ____________, one molecule of ____________, and one molecule of ____________. NADH, ATP, FADH2
ATP synthase relies on the facilitated diffusion of ____________ ions down their gradient to produce ATPH+
In the last step of the electron transport chain, oxygen accepts electrons to form ____________water
Fermentation produces ____________ in yeast and ____________ in muscle cells. ethanol, lactic acid
Anaerobic organisms ____________conduct glycolysis. do
Anaerobic respiration (fermentation) produces ____________ATP than aerobic respiration. less
In fermentation, NADH is ____________to NAD+, whereas pyruvate is ____________oxidized, reduced
Anaerobic organisms ____________conduct the Krebs cycle. do not