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Which do aerobic respiration and anaerobic respiration have in common?
Yeast cells can utilize both aerobic and anaerobic respiration. Which of the following best explains why yeast cells preferentially utilize aerobic respiration when oxygen is present in the environment?
The Krebs cycle, fermentation, electron transport chain, and the breakdown of starch are processes of respiration. Which process could take place within an airtight bottle that contained no oxygen?
Which step is the same in both forms of fermentation, as well as in cellular respiration?
Select ALL of the statements that do not describe the differences between the process of aerobic respiration and fermentation? (3 choices)
Cells obtain energy from food by aerobic or anaerobic respiration.
Which of the following compounds is produced by anaerobic respiration but not aerobic respiration?
Match the following descriptions with the correct definition.
ADP (Adenosine Diphosphate)
ATP (Adenosine Triphosphate)
This process releases chemical energy from sugars and other carbon-based molecules to make ATP when oxygen is present.
Energy is released from ATP when _______________________.
Which of the following can be compared to a battery in need of recharging? (empty wallet)
Put the following steps of Aerobic Cellular Respiration in order from beginning to end.
Put each part of Aerobic Cellular Respiration by it’s correct term.
Electron Transport Chain
Put the following steps of Glycolysis in order.
Select ALL of the following products of cellular respiration. (3 choices)
Select ALL of the following reactants of cellular respiration. (2 choices)
Cellular respiration takes place in the
Glucose is broken down during which process
What is the net gain of ATP during glycolysis?
Glycolysis takes place in the
___ produces the most ATP.
The overall goal of cellular respiration is to make:
Select ALL of the following that are products of the Electron Transport Chain. (2 choices)
Select ALL of the following that are not products of the Krebs Cycle. (3 choices)
Select ALL of the following that are not products of aerobic cellular respiration. (3 choices)
Up to how many ATP molecules are made from the breakdown of one glucose molecule?
This is made of proteins that need energy-carrying molecules from the Krebs cycle and oxygen to make ATP. It makes 32 ATP.