Respiration

1. What is the result of anaerobic respiration in plants?

  • Pyruvate loses carbon dioxide, accepts hydrogen from reduced NAD and forms lactate
  • Pyruvate loses carbon dioxide, accepts hydrogen from reduced NAD and forms ethanol
  • Pyruvate gains carbon dioxide, accepts hydrogen from reduced NAD and forms ethanol
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2. What is added to glucose during the first stage of glycolysis?

  • 2x phosphate molecules
  • NAD
  • 1x phosphate molecule
  • Oxygen

3. Glycolysis occurs in both aerobic respiration and anaerobic respiration

  • True
  • False

4. What is the result of anaerobic respiration in animals?

  • Pyruvate accepts two hydrogen molecules from reduced NAD to form lactate
  • Pyruvate accepts two hydrogen molecules from reduced NAD to form ethanol
  • Pyruvate accepts one hydrogen molecule from reduced NAD to form lactate

5. TP is converted into (1)________ which generates (2)_____________

  • (1) RuBP (2) ATP
  • (1) Pyruvate (2) 2x ATP
  • (1) Pyruvate (2) 1x ATP

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