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What are 3 ways molecules can be oxidised?
Gaining oxygen, Losing hydrogen, Losing electrons.
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What are 3 ways molecules can be reduced?
Loosing oxygen, Gaining Hydrogen, gaining electrons.
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What gets reduced when an organic molecule is oxidised?
The coenzyme NAD
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what is oxidative phosphorylation?
When coenzymes are reoxidised and the stored energy is used to synthesise ATP.
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What organelle has a double membrane enclosing a fluid filled matrix?
Mitochondria
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What is substrate level phosphorylation?
The synthesis of ATP using energy released from the breakdown of a high energy substrate molecule.
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What are 3 ways molecules can be reduced?

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Loosing oxygen, Gaining Hydrogen, gaining electrons.

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what is oxidative phosphorylation?

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