Respiration - unit 4 biology AQA A-level

quiz about the chemical process of respiration, suitable for any a-level board but made for AQA biology unit 4 at A2 level :)

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  • Created on: 05-06-14 12:41

1. Lactate produced by anaerobic respiration can be...

  • converted into glycogen or oxidised for aerobic respiration
  • converted into glycogen only
  • oxidised for aerobic respiration only
  • used to accept electrons in the electron transport chain
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2. What are the end products of glycolysis?

  • triose phospate, ADP and Pi, NADP
  • pyruvate, ATP, NADPH
  • pyruvate, ADP and Pi, NADP
  • triose phospate, ATP, NADPH

3. The Krebs cycle is aided by which co-enzymes to catalyse the removal of hydrogen ions?

  • FAD only
  • NAD and RAD
  • FAD and NAD
  • NAD only

4. What is the yield of Carbon dioxide from aerobic respiration for each molecule of glucose?

  • 3 CO2 molecules
  • 1 CO2 molecule
  • 6 CO2 molecules
  • 4 CO2 molecules

5. At the end of the ETC, the protons are finally accepted by oxygen to produce water. This makes oxygen the...

  • terminal electron acceptor
  • Terminal neutron acceptor
  • Terminal proton acceptor
  • Terminal electron rejector


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