Cellular Respiration Self-Check
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The matrix, where the Krebs cycle takes place, is labeled number
The inner membrane, where the electron transport chain takes place, is labeled number
The infoldings (3) of the mitochondria are called
Which of these represents the net equation for complete aerobic respiration?
glucose + oxygen → carbon dioxide + water + ATP
pyruvate + oxygen → carbon dioxide + oxygen + ATP
glucose → carbon dioxide + ATP
glucose → pyruvate + lactic acid + alcohol + ATP
Use the image to answer the following questions.
If CO2 leaves the system, where does it come from?
It is inside the mitochondria
It was originally part of the ATP
It was originally part of the glucose molecule
its just there dude
The Electron Transport System (C) uses electrons to create ATP. Select the parts of cellular respiration that the electrons come from?
The matrix of the mitochondria
Letter D is oxygen. What is it used for?
It drops of electrons at the ETC and is converted into H2O(E)
It picks up electrons from the ETC and is converted into H2O(E)
Its used so we can breath
Check all that are true. The process of glycolysis
only takes place in yeast and bacteria
produces two molecules of ATP
takes place in the cytoplasm (cytosol)
takes place in the inner-membrane of the mitochondria
breaks glucose into pyruvate
Check the statement(s) that is/are incorrect.
The Krebs cycle produces a maximum of 2 ATP per molecule of pyruvate
Glycolysis produces a net of 2 ATP molecules
The ATP produced in fermenation comes from glycolysis
Plant cells do not have the capacity to use glucose in cellular respiration, because they get their energy from photosynthesis.
How many ATPs come out of Glycolysis/Kreb's Cycle/Electron Transport Chain?
A maximum of 38 molecules of ATP are produced from each glucose molecule as a result of
lactic acid fermentation
If you want to do well, you have to know what goes in, what goes out, what gets cycled, where the processes occur, the # of ATP produced at each step, and the total # of ATPs produced in cellular respiration. (SO EASY!)
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