1. What is the equipment for measuring the rate of respiration called and what is it based on?
- Respirometer, based on measuring distance moved by an organism
- Respiro-matic, based on how fast a duck can spin on its axis
- Respirometer, based on measuring gas volume
- Respiration meter, based on measuring uptake of mass
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2. What is the yield of Carbon dioxide from aerobic respiration for each molecule of glucose?
- 6 CO2 molecules
- 1 CO2 molecule
- 4 CO2 molecules
- 3 CO2 molecules
3. Where does glycolysis take place?
- in the cytoplasm
- in the mitochrondial matrix
- in the mitochrondial cristae
4. What is the correct sequence of processes for aerobic respiration?
- glycolysis > link reaction > krebs cycle > electron transport chain
- glycolysis > krebs cycle > link reaction > electron transport chain
- electron transport chain > krebs cycle > link reaction > glycolysis
- glycolysis > electron transport chain > link reaction > krebs cycle
5. What are the end products of glycolysis?
- pyruvate, ATP, NADPH
- triose phospate, ADP and Pi, NADP
- triose phospate, ATP, NADPH
- pyruvate, ADP and Pi, NADP