11 Biology- 14 Respiration in Plants: Online Test
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The ultimate electron acceptor of respiration in an aerobic organisms is
Electron Transport System (ETS) is located in mitochondrial
Inter membrane space
The end product of oxidative phosphorylation is
Aerobic respiratory pathway is appropriately termed
The overall goal of glycolysis, Krebs' cycle and electron transport system is the formation of
ATP in one large oxidation reaction
ATP in small stepwise reactions
Which of the following is the key intermediate compound linking glycolysis to the Krebs' cycle?
In a hurdle race, which of the following is accumulated in the leg muscles?
The cellular respiration first takes place in the
Lactic acid is formed in
none of these
FAD acts as an electron acceptor between
fumaric acid and malic acid
succinic acid and fumaric acid
malic acid and oxaloacetic acid
citric acid and isocitric acid
Glycolysis takes place in
all living cells
eukaryotic cells only
prokaryotic cells only
incomplete oxidation of carbohydrate
complete oxidation of carbohydrate
none of the above
Most of the enzymes which take part in Krebs' cycle are located in
inner mitochondrial membrane
Pyruivc acid enters TCA cycle in the form of
Which of the following exhibits the highest rate of respiration?
Growing shoot apex
During which stage in the complete oxidation of glucose are the greatest number of ATP molecules formed from ADP?
Electron transport chain
Conversion of pyruvic acid or acetyl CoA
takes place in the mitochondria
produces no ATP
has no connection with electron transport chain
reduces two molecules of NAD for every molecule of glucose processed
Which of the following do plants need for ATP formation?
N and P
N and Ca
P and Ca
N and K
The net gain of ATP from complete oxidation of one molecule of glucose in eukaryotes, is
Acetyl Co A is synthesised in the
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