Breaking ATP bonds creates lots of energy
Which of the following are associated with high energy?
What happens in glycolysis?
Drops electrons down the energy gradient to recharge ATP
Breaks the sugar molecule
Generates high-energy electron carriers
What occurs in the citric acid cycle
What occurs during electron transport?
Where does glycolosis happen in the cell?
Where do the citric acid cycle and electron transport take place in the cell?
The energy harvest of glycolysis is ____
1 FADH, 3 NADH
32 to 34 ATP
The energy harvest of the citric acid cycle is ____
The energy harvest of electron transport is ____
Fermentation needs oxygen
Cellular respiration is how cells get energy (go zoom zoom)
Choose all that are correct:
Metabolism uses ATP energy, thus draining the battery
Energy from respiration recharges the battery
The process of respiration starts by breaking up glucose
Electron transport does not need oxygen
The REACTANTS in photosynthesis are: (choose all that apply)
Sunlight energy is required for photosynthesis
What are the two products of photosynthesis?
water and carbon dioxide
water and oxygen
glucose and oxygen
glucose and carbon dioxide
What are the two parts of photosynthesis?
Citric Acid Cycle
Since plants do photosynthesis, they do not need to do respiration
ATP and NADPH are the product of the Light-dependent reaction of photosynthesis
What is the useful "waste" product produced by the hydrolysis of water in the light-dependent reaction?
Where does photosynthesis take place?
energy-required cell functions depend on ATP
What is the product of the Calvin cycle ?
NADPH and ATP
An inflow of CO2 is required in the Calvin Cycle
The source of energy for the Calvin Cycle is ________.
ATP and NADPH
What is the necessary matter input to photosynthesis?
What is the necessary matter input to respiration?
What is the waste matter from respiration?
What is the initial energy source for the respiration system?