Metabolism: Aerobic Respiration
Practice Test Questions II
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Aerobic Respiration Test Questions - Part 2
2. After glycolysis, the molecule that was glucose enters the acetyl-CoA step of cellular respiration as…
a. ATP b. 2 molecules of pyruvic acid
c. acetyl-CoA d. an electron
a. plasma membrane
4. Catabolic reactions are when:
a. smaller molecules result from the breakdown of larger molecules
b. larger molecules are synthesized from smaller molecules
c. one molecule transfers a monomer to another
d. people eat each other
a. glycolysis & synthesis of acetyl CoA
b. synthesis of acetyl CoA
c. electron transport
d. Kreb's cycle
e. synthesis of acetyl CoA & electron transport
1. Krebs Cycle of cellular respiration, produces a net gain of...
a. 0 ATP
b. 1 ATP
c. 2 ATP
d. 3 ATP
e. 34 ATP
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6. In glycolysis, the electron carrier molecule _______ is (oxidized / reduced).
a. NAD+ , oxidized
b. NAD+, reduced
c. NADH, oxidized
d. FAD, reduced
e. FADH, oxidized
7. A hydrolysis reaction would be considered...
a. anabolism b. catabolism
c. cannibalism d. dehydration
8. Redox reactions ...
a. transfer energy
b. transfer electrons
c. involve oxidation and reduction
d. are involved in all of the above
9. Which of the following best represent the end products of glycolysis?
a. 2 ATP, 2 NADH, 2 pyruvic acid, 2 FADH2, 4 ADP and 4 phosphate b. 2 ATP, 2 NADH, 2 pyruvic acid c. glucose, 2 ATP, 2 NAD d. pyruvic acid e. none of the above
10. Anabolic reactions…
a. require energy
b. release energy
c. break down molecules
d. do not involve energy
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