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1. From one molecule of glucose, which process generates the largest amount of ATP? a. Glycolysis in a prokaryotic cell under aerobic conditions b. Glycolysis in a eukaryotic cell c. the TCA (Krebs) cycle in a prokaryotic cell d. the

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  1. biology

    1. From one molecule of glucose, which process generates the largest amount of ATP? a. Glycolysis in a prokaryotic cell under aerobic conditions b. Glycolysis in a eukaryotic cell c. the TCA (Krebs) cycle in a prokaryotic cell d. the TCA (Krebs) cycle in a
  2. Biology

    How do the two ATP molecules charge the glucose molecule in glycolysis?
  3. biochemistry

    1. Walking consumes approximately 100 kcal/mi. In the hydrolysis of ATP (ATP → ADP + Pi), the reaction that drives the muscle contraction, ΔGo’ is -7.3 kcal/mol (-30.5 kJ/mol). Calculate how many grams of ATP must be produced to walk a mile. ATP
  4. science

    Select the correct formula for cellular respiration. Carbon dioxide + water + ATP → glucose + oxygen Glucose + oxygen → carbon dioxide + water + ATP*** Carbon dioxide + glucose → oxygen + water + ATP Glucose + water → oxygen + carbon dioxide + ATP
  5. science

    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
  6. biology - glycolysis +atp (help)

    9. The total amount of energy released from the chemical bonds of glucose is 2870 kJ/mol, after the initial investment of 2 ATP. The total energy that can be harvested to form ATP molecules is about 1200 kJ/mol. a. After the initial investment of 2 ATP, 38
  7. Env.Microbiology

    write down the '' balance sheet''(carbon,electron,ATP,etc)for the fallowing metabolic process: -use the most common alternatives. -Give the balanced overall reactions with correct stoichiometry -İndicate all key reactans and products. -calculate how many
  8. Environmental Science

    write down the '' balance sheet''(carbon,electron,ATP,etc)for the fallowing metabolic process: -use the most common alternatives. -Give the balanced overall reactions with correct stoichiometry -Ýndicate all key reactans and products. -calculate how many
  9. glucose question

    Assume that the organism is living areobically and that one molecule of glucose oxidized completely to 6 CO2 generates 30 molecules of ATP, how many glucose molecules must be oxidized to supply the energy for the synthesis of all these different nucleic
  10. Biology

    Under anaerobic conditions, what is the purpose of lactic acid fermentation in the process of producing ATP? to generate the pyruvic acid needed as an input for the Kreb’s cycle to generate the oxygen needed as an input for the Electron Transport Chain
  11. science

    What is the definition of photosynthesis? the process of changing light into stored chemical energy in the form of sugars*** the process of converting the energy in carbohydrate molecules into ATP the process of changing light into stored chemical energy
  12. Biology

    21. The difference between autotroph and heterotroph is that a. heterotrophs must get energy from sources other than the sun b. heterotrophs can use chemical or light energy sources c. heterotrophs do not obtain energy from autotrophs d. all of the above
  13. Science/ Biochemistry

    You buy a quarter pounder with Cheese Extra Value Meal from McDonalds ( assume you drink water. Answer the following questions. Assumptions 1. All proteins involved in the sandwich are tripeptides 2. 1 molecule of fat makes 5 molecules of Acetyl CoA 3. 1
  14. Biology

    Can someone please check if my answers are correct? 21. The difference between autotroph and heterotroph is that a. heterotrophs must get energy from sources other than the sun b. heterotrophs can use chemical or light energy sources c. heterotrophs do not
  15. Biochemistry

    In plants, it can be assumed that NADPH like NADH is energetically equivalent to 2.5 ATP. Calculate the number of ATP and ATP equivalents that are needed to synthesize one molecule 0f glucose-6-phosphate from CO2 and photosynthetically produced ATP and
  16. Biology

    1. Which molecule provides the activation energy that starts glycolysis? (Not which molecule is broken down during glycolysis) A) Carbon Dioxide B) Sugar C) ATP D) Water 2. During which phase of cellular respiration is carbon dioxide released? A)
  17. math

    Multiple Choice Glucose is a simple sugar made up of carbon, hydrogen, and oxygen. What kind of molecule is glucose? A. Glucose is protein. B. Glucose is a nucleic acid. C. Glucose is an organic molecule. D. Glucose is an inorganic molecule.
  18. science

    Glucose is a simple sugar made up of carbon, hydrogen, and oxygen. What kind of molecule is glucose? A. Glucose is protein. B. Glucose is a nucleic acid. C. Glucose is an organic molecule. D. Glucose is an inorganic molecule
  19. Chemistry

    Cells use the hydrolysis of adenosine triphosphate, abbreviated as ATP, as a source of energy. Symbolically, this reaction can be represented as ATP(aq) + H2O(l) → ADP(aq) + H2PO4−(aq) where ADP represents adenosine diphosphate. For this reaction ΔG°
  20. science

    Which are the reactants of photosynthesis? C6H12O6+ 6O2 CO2 + H2O+ ATP C6H12O6 + O2 CO2 + H2O*** One molecule of glucose can release a total of _____ molecules of ATP during its breakdown. 36*** 38 32 34 How is carbon moved between the major reservoirs of
  21. Physiology

    Will someone look at these again please? There are 2 wrong but can't figure out which 2 1.During which stage of cellular respiration is most ATP made? C A. Glycolysis B. Chemiosmosis C. Electron Transport Chain D. Citric acid Cycle 2. The anticodon is part
  22. science

    ATP stores some of the energy from glucose molecules during glycolysis. How is the remaining energy from these glucose molecules released?(1 point) Water Heat Electron Transport Chain*** Carbon Dioxide
  23. science

    What kind of molecule is glucose? a. glucose is a protein b. glucose is a nucleic acid c. glucose is an organic molecule** d. glucose is an inorganic molecule
  24. biology A

    Complete the analogy below by selecting the correct answer. electron transport chain : _____ production :: Calvin cycle : _____ production A>> ATP; glucose B>> Water; glucose C>> ATP; oxygen D>> Glucose; ATP I'm pretty set on A, but, again, I'm not one
  25. Biology

    Glycolysis produces ATP through what process?
  26. Biology

    Glycolysis produces ATP through what process?
  27. science

    Which option is an example of an automatic regulatory reaction? sweating*** taking in more calories burrowing underground wearing a jacket What is the correct order of events for cellular respiration? Krebs cycle → glycolysis → electron transport chain
  28. general bio

    HOW ATP can act to shut down the process of glycolysis
  29. biology urgent

    Glucose is transported into a cell through a process of co-transport, where it is moved against its concentration gradient through a membrane channel. Moving any molecule against its concentration gradient requires energy, but these glucose channels do not
  30. Biology

    Which of the following statements about NAD or NADH is FALSE? a) NAD is converted to NADH during both glycolysis and the Krebs cycle b) NAD possesses more chemical energy than NADH c) NAD picks up hydrogen ion (H+) and electrons removed from food, and
  31. Biology

    What is the energy yield of glycolysis and cellular respiration per glucose molecule.
  32. Chemistry

    Cells use the hydrolysis of adenosine triphosphate (aTP) as a source of energy. This reaction can be written as, ATP(aq) + H2O(l) --> ADP(aq) + H2PO4-(aq), wehre ADP represents adenosine diphosphate. For this reaction, Delta Grxn = -30.5KJ/mol. If all the
  33. Environmental Science

    What is a process within the cell of an organism that uses glucose and oxygen to produce carbon dioxide, water, and energy called? It could be called oxidation (by a chemist), or metabolism (by a biologist). The body metabolizes glucose in various ways.
  34. science

    Cellular respiration produces glucose. oxygen. cellulose. ATP.*** To produce starch, glucose molecules bond together through photosynthesis. dehydration synthesis.*** nucleotides. cellular respiration. By which process does yeast produce the carbon dioxide
  35. Biology

    Heat and Cellular Respiration Quick Check Answers: 1. Which option is an example of an automatic regulatory reaction? A. Sweating** B. Wearing a jacket C. Burrowing underground D. Taking in more calories 2. What is the correct order of events for cellular
  36. Biology

    Which of the following are the final by-products of glucose oxidation during aerobic cell respiration? A. ATP only B. heat only C. carbon dioxide only D. both ATP and heat only E. ATP, heat, and carbon dioxide I know that the following equation is true of
  37. biochemistry

    Suppose the concentration of glucose inside a cell is 0.1 mM and the cell is suspended in a glucose solution of 0.01 mM. What would be the free energy change involved in transporting 10?6 mole of glucose from the medium into the cell? Assume T= 37 ?C.
  38. Physiology

    1. Atp synthase is an enzyme in the. C A. NUCLEUS B. CELL MEMBRANE C. MITOCHONDRIAL MEMBRANE D. MITOCHONDRIAL MATRIX 2. Each condon on a(n) ____ molecule encodes for ___ amino acids. B A. mRNA...one B. mRNA....three C. tRNA...three D. tRNA...one 3. Two
  39. Zoo

    If a molecule of NADH is equivalent to 3 ATP molecules, how many ATP molecules can be produced from 2 glucose molecules by the glycolytic pathway
  40. confirmation of multiple choice questions biology

    1. The net gain of ATP after glycolysis is .. A) two B) four C) 34 D) 36 I think it's A. 2. During photosynthesis water .. A) is made B) breaks down C) is not necessary I put B. 3. The most immediate effect of chloroplasts with non-functioning thylakoids
  41. Biology

    Prokaryotes produce 38 ATP per glucose molecule and eukaryotes produce 36 ATP why? I know that the two are lost, but I am not sure if it is in the processing of the sugars or the transport? Does anyone know where these two are lost or why?
  42. Science

    1. A clementine in my fridge is covered with a nice blue-green lawn of mold, a common decomposer. Assuming that the clementine did not dry out, what do you predict is the weight of the clemintine and mold together compared to the starting weight of the
  43. Chemistry/hydrolysis of ATP

    Cells use the hydrolysis of ATP as a source of energy. The conversion of ATP to ADP has a standard free energy change of -30.5 kJ/mol. If all the free energy from the metabolism of glucose. C6H12O6(s)+6O2(g)�¨6CO2(g)+6H2O(l) goes into the conversion of
  44. biology easy quick check

    All of the following are products of cellular respiration except(1 point) water. *** oxygen. energy. carbon dioxide. What is the definition of cellular respiration?(1 point) the process of using the chemical energy from hydrogen and oxygen molecules to
  45. Physiology

    1.During which stage of cellular respiration is most ATP made? C A. Glycolysis B. Chemiosmosis C. Electron Transport Chain D. Citric acid Cycle 2. The anticodon is part of a(n) ____ molecule and the codon is part of a(n) ___ molecule? B A. tRNA...rRNA B.
  46. Biology

    What do glycolysis, the Kreb's cycle/citric acid cycle, and the electron transport chain have in common? A the production of ATP*** B the process of trapping solar energy C occurrence of each within mitochondria D the process of breaking down sugar
  47. cellbio

    How many protons are pumped into the stroma for each ATP generated during Photophosphorylation in oxygenic phototrophs? What is the maximum number of ATP molecules that can be produced in the inner membrane of the mitochondria for every one molecule of
  48. human anatomy and physiology

    4. living organisms require energy to function and this includes each and every one of the trillions of cells that constitute the human body. Define in detail and use diagrams appropriate to show how cells extract, use and store energy including but to
  49. human anatomy and physiology

    living organisms require energy to function and this includes each and every one of the trillions of cells that constitute the human body. Define in detail and use diagrams appropriate to show how cells extract, use and store energy including but to
  50. Critical to life is the function of the cell membr

    living organisms require energy to function and this includes each and every one of the trillions of cells that constitute the human body. Define in detail and use diagrams appropriate to show how cells extract, use and store energy including but to
  51. Biology

    Calculate the energy yield of glycolysis and cellular respiration per glucose molecule. Distinguish between substrate-level phosphorylation and oxidative phosphorylation.
  52. Biology

    Please help: In glycolysis followed by either lactic acid or alcoholic fermentation produce _____ ATP molecules, while cellular respiration using oxygen produces ____ ATP. 1) 2,8 2) 4,2 3) 2,4 4) 2,38 Thanks a million!
  53. CHEMISTRY

    Biosynthesis of proteins from amino acids is an energy driven condensation process (ÄH = + 10 kJ/mol) requiring energy input in the form of ATP. In an experiment, 0.4 mol of amino acids reacted to give a polypeptide and some ATP was consumed. a) explain
  54. chemistry

    Biosynthesis of proteins from amino acids is an energy driven condensation process (ÄH = + 10 kJ/mol) requiring energy input in the form of ATP. In an experiment, 0.4 mol of amino acids reacted to give a polypeptide and some ATP was consumed. a) explain
  55. Science

    When oxygen is present a. most cells utilize aerobic cellular respiration. b. most animal cells will carry on fermentation and produce lactic acid. c. most bacteria and yeasts carry on fermentation. d. two ATP molecules are produced for each glucose
  56. Very quick question biology

    I'm working on a biology project where I must make a molecule of glucose. I have finished my molecule but I want something in the middle of it which is the "centrepiece ". Can anyone give me any ideas of some things glucose is found in (food) in which I
  57. bio - cell and molec

    for what values of delta G would the following reactions have? (no numerical value, just positive or negative) a. ATP -> ADP + P(subscript i) b. ADP + P(subscript i) -> ATP c. Glucose -> Pyruvate d. glocose -> oxygen e. starch -> glucose
  58. Chemistry

    Given these reactions and their corresponding ΔG° values, Glucose + phosphate → glucose-6-phosphate + H2O; ΔG° = +13.13 kJ ATP + H2O → ADP + phosphate; ΔG° = -32.22 kJ What is the calculated ΔG° for the coupled reaction Glucose + ATP →
  59. Biology

    Can someone help me correct my answers and help me answer the questions not answered yet? Electron Tansport 1. Whats is the purpose of this pathway? 2. Where does it take place Mitochandria 3. What does this reaction need to proceed? Hydrogen,NADH and
  60. Biology

    Give 2 reasons why the theoretical yield and actual yield of ATP per glucose molecule are different. Thanks!
  61. biology

    In cellular respiration, explain how electrons of glucose are involved in each process: a) glycolysis b) pyruvate c) Krebs cycle d) ETC (leave blank for processes which don't apply)
  62. Biochemistry

    Based �on� free� energies� of �hydrolysis�given� below,� for� each �of� the� following�reactions:� i)�Determine� the� overall� ∆G� of �the�reaction� ii)�State� whether� it �is �favorable�(spontaneous)�as� written�� ∆Ghydrolysis Phosphocreatine� � �
  63. biology

    why must the release of energy during the cellular process in which ATP is made from glucose take place in small steps?
  64. Honors Biology - URGENT!!!

    ATP is used to power the movement of your muscles as you turn the pages of a book. Where did the energy in the ATP come from? Trace the energy in the ATP molecule back to the sun.
  65. Honor Biology

    ATP is used to power the movement of your muscles as you turn the pages of a book. Where did the energy in the ATP come from? Trace the energy in the ATP molecule back to the sun.
  66. science

    What is the fundamental source of energy in the food you eat? plants photosynthesis sugar sun*** Positive hydrogen ions form during intermediate stages of photosynthesis. What is the composition of these ions? a single proton*** two protons and an electron
  67. science

    What is the fundamental source of energy in the food you eat? plants sun*** sugar photosynthesis Positive hydrogen ions form during intermediate stages of photosynthesis. What is the composition of these ions? a proton and two electrons a proton and an
  68. cell bio

    The entire ATP apparatus is also called the ATP_______ I think it is Synthesis but not sure. ATP synthesis is a process. apparatus is a noun. you need a noun. ATP----------------? I can't seem to think of an appropriate word. Sometimes I seriously wopnder
  69. biology

    Cellular Respiration and Photosynthesis co-exist as paired metabolic processes. Photosynthesis uses light energy to convert carbon dioxide into glucose, a simple sugar, in two steps, the light dependent and light independent reactions. Oxygen is produced
  70. Biology

    Having a really hard time following this diagram of the Kreb cycle and I need to answer these questions: 1. Total number of NADH molecules produced for each glucose molecule in the Krebs cycle. A)2 B)4 C)6 D)8 E)10 2. The theoretical yield of ATP from each
  71. BIOLOGY

    Fermentation: (Select all that are true) Uses pyruvate to accept electrons Uses pyruvate to donate electrons Regenerates NADH Regenerates NAD+ Directly makes ATP Allows glycolysis to continue in the cytoplasm making ATP Allows oxidative phosphorylation to
  72. Biology

    Cellular Respiration and Photosynthesis co-exist as paired metabolic processes. Photosynthesis uses light energy to convert carbon dioxide into glucose, a simple sugar, in two steps, the light dependent and light independent reactions. Oxygen is produced
  73. Energy and Matter Conservation Quick Check

    Questions: 1.How many molecules of pyruvic acid are produced when a single glucose molecule undergoes glycolysis? 2.Order the atoms involved in cellular respiration from most prevalent to least. 3.How many CO2 molecules are produced when three glucose
  74. Biochem

    What is the maximum amount of ethanol (in millimoles) that could theoretically be produced under the following conditions? Condition: A cell-free yeast extract is placed in a solution that contains 3.50 × 102 mmol glucose, 0.30 mmol ADP, 0.30 mmol Pi,
  75. Biochemistry

    In yeast, ethanol is produced from glucose under anaerobic conditions. What is the maximum amount of ethanol (in millimoles) that could theoretically be produced under the following conditions? A cell-free yeast extract is placed in a solution that
  76. Biochem

    In yeast, ethanol is produced from glucose under anaerobic conditions. What is the maximum amount of ethanol (in millimoles) that could theoretically be produced under the following conditions? A cell-free yeast extract is placed in a solution that
  77. BioChem

    In yeast, ethanol is produced from glucose under anaerobic conditions. What is the maximum amount of ethanol (in millimoles) that could theoretically be produced under the following conditions? A cell-free yeast extract is placed in a solution that
  78. Biology

    how many ATP molecules are released during cellular respiration? or what is the value of1 ATP molecule?
  79. biology help plz?????????????????

    product of The oxidative phosphorylation / electron transport is ? in stage of glucose oxidation a)pyruvate b)oxygen c)water d)NAD e)ATP f)NAD.2H g)carbon dioxide h)ADP CHOSE TWO ANSWER FROM THE FOLLOWING LIST product of Glycolysis is? a)pyruvate b)oxygen
  80. biology - confirmation of true / false answers

    1) A product of yeast fermentation is LACTIC ACID. False 2) To begin glycolysis, FOUR ATP molecules are needed. False 3) Anaerobic respiration takes place in the CYTOSOL. True 4) Glucose enters the cell by FACILITATED DIFFUSION. True 5) If an animal cell
  81. Science (urgent)

    I have 2 biology questions I really need help with, they are due tommorow and I don't know if I'm right. 1)As an energy carrier, ATP differs from NADPH in that: a)ATP carries less energy than NADPH. b)ATP transfers energy through redox reactions whereas
  82. Chem II

    The conversion of glucose into lactic acid drives the phosphorylation of 2 moles of ADP to ATP and has a standard free energy of -135 kJ/mol. C6H12O6 + 2 HPO4 + 2 ADP + 2 H+ --> 2CH3CH(OH)COOH + 2 ATP + 2H20 What is the standard free energy for the
  83. chemistry

    first task is to prepare 250 ml of 3 M glucose. Then You are preparing a solution and the recipe calls for 25 ml of 10% glucose. How much of the 3M glucose stock would you need to add to so that you are adding the same molar amount of glucose?
  84. Biology - Photosynthesis: Energy Conversion Quick

    1. ATP and photovoltaic cells are similar because a. they both produce chemical and electrical energy. b. they are both key components of solar panels. c. they both use energy transport chains.*** d. they are both key components of plant cells. 2. Which
  85. Science

    1. List the steps of the Krebs cycle and the products it creates. 2. When is carbon dioxide released during cellular respiration? 3. How many glucose molecules can undergo cellular respiration when 13 O2 molecules are available to react? 4. How can ATP be
  86. Science

    List the three main steps of aerobic cellular respiration. Which of these steps yields (by far) the most ATP? Here are two: Step One: Glucose enters the cell (insulin) and is split into 2 smaller 3 Carbon atoms called pyruvate. Total yield - 2 ATP Step
  87. Biology

    What does glycolysis produce for each glucose
  88. chemistry

    Prepare 150 ml of a reaction buffer containing 0.75% MgCl2, 35mM glucose, 750 nM ATP, and 20 mM Tris-Cl, pH 7.5. In addition, you have a 20% MgCl2 stock solution and the lab freezer has 10 mM ATP that you can dilute to the correct concentration.
  89. biology

    Before entering the Krebs cycle, an intermediate molecule bonds to a 2-carbon molecule. This intermediate complex enters the Krebs cycle and combines with a 4-carbon molecule to form citric acid. The name of this molecule is ____________________. A.
  90. Physiology

    1. Two molecules of ____ are produced by glycolysis. Each molecule has ____ carbons. C A. Oxaloacetate...4 B. Citrate...3 C. Pyruvate...3 D. Acetate...4 2. Oxaloacetate combines with acetyl coA at the beginning of. D A. Electron transport chain B.
  91. biology:cells

    which of the following is not true? a. ATP is formed during glycolyisis b. ATP contains less potential energy than ADP*** c. Plant cells generate ATP during cellular respiration d. ATP is used as a mobile energy carrier molecule by all cells which of the
  92. Biology - True or False

    1) A product of yeast fermentation is LACTIC ACID. 2) To begin glycolysis, FOUR atp molecules are needed.
  93. biology

    why is glucose converted into hexose bisphosphate in glycolysis ??
  94. AP Biology

    When making bread with common yeast, the reaction starts as an aerobic process and then becomes an anaerobic process after the oxygen is spent. A baker has created a new strain of yeast which contains no cytochrome c gene, thus, no cytochrome c protein.
  95. biology

    Imagine that an extraterrestrial life-form has been recovered from a meteorite by a deep space probe that has a ravenous appetite for sand. Your job is to come up with a preliminary analysis of its bioenergetic pathway. On close examination you note that
  96. physiology

    anaerobic respiration is triggered when the ratio of ________falls below a critical level. a.carbon dioxide supply to oxygen need b.oxygen supply to glucose need c.glucose supply to glucose need d.oxygen supply to oxygen need the electron transport chain
  97. Science

    Why do organisms need to obtain energy via cellular respiration? to break down ATP*** to perform glycolysis to grow and reproduce to photosynthesize
  98. Zoology

    Can you rank these from the smallest to the largest? Heart carbon atom sodium atom electron nucleotide tundra mitochondria glucose molecule fungal cell hydrogen atom
  99. Physiology

    1.During which stage of cellular respiration is most ATP made? C A. Glycolysis B. Chemiosmosis C. Electron Transport Chain D. Citric acid Cycle
  100. science

    Why do organisms need to obtain energy via cellular respiration?(1 point) A.to grow and reproduce B.to perform glycolysis C.to break down ATP D.to photosynthesize Help me out please and thank you

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