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Ultimate electron acceptor in aerobic cellular respiration

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1.;What is the ultimate electron acceptor in aerobic cellular respiration?;FAD;ADP;NAD+;hydrogen;oxygen;2.;Complete the following sentence: Cellular respiration is carried out by...;phototrophs.;heterotrophs.;producers.;phototrophs, heterotrophs and producers.;both producers and phototrophs.;3.;Which kind of reaction converts NAD+ to NADH?;respiration;phosphorylation;reduction;oxidation;fermentation;4.;Which class of food molecules contains the most energy per gram?;carbohydrates;fats;proteins;nucleic acids;All of these molecules contain an equal amount of energy per gram.;5.;Which atom below is the most electronegative?;hydrogen;carbon;nitrogen;oxygen;sulfur;7.;Which of these processes occurs in the mitochondria?;I. Glycolysis;II. Citric acid cycle;III. Oxidative phosphorylation;I only;II only;I and II;II and III;I, II, and III;8.;What happens to excess energy in the electron transport chain that is not used to establish an electrochemical gradient of protons?;It is used to regenerate NAD+.;It is dissipated as heat.;It is used to synthesize ATP.;It is used to synthesize glucose.;It is used to synthesize pyruvate.;9.;Which of the following processes occurs in the cytosol?;glycolysis;pyruvate oxidation;oxidative phosphorylation;citric acid cycle;All answers are correct.;10.;Which of the following molecules can be used by organisms to obtain energy?;glycerol;glucose;amino acids;fatty acids;All answers are correct.;11.;Which of the following is an individual unit of fats?;amino acids;glycerol;glucose;sucrose;adenine;12.;During glycolysis, how many molecules of NADH are formed per molecule of glucose?;1;2;4;8;cannot be determined

 

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