What does glycolysis produce for each glucose molecule?

1 ATP, 3 NADPH, and 1 FADH2

2 ATPs and 2 NADPH*

3 NADPH and 1 FADH2

4 ATPs, 6 NADPH, and 2 FADH2

What are the functions of the high-energy electrons in the electron transport chain?

They carry NADPH and FADH2.

They create ATP synthase.

They hold water bonds.

They make ATP from ADP.*

What is the third step in cellular respiration?

the electron transport chain*

the citric acid cycle


the Krebs cycle

How many electrons must get passed down the Electron Transport Chain before energy is generated?





Which 3-carbon molecule is one of the final products of glycolysis?



pyruvic acid*

oxaloacetic acid

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