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Question 1

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glycolysis takes place in in the cytoplasm of the cells
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  • True
  • False

Question 2

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aerobic respiration is
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  • without air to produce lactate or etnol and co2
  • with air to produce co2, water and atp

Question 3

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what things are used in the glycolysis reaction
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  • ATP
  • NADP
  • glucose
  • OXYGEN
  • NAD
  • adp + p1

Question 4

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pyruvate is the end product of glycolysis
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  • True
  • False

Question 5

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how is pyruvate transported in to the mitochondria
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  • diffusion
  • active transport
  • osmosis

Question 6

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the pyruvate molecule is oxidised by atp
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  • True
  • False

Question 7

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the link reaction takes place is the matrix
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  • True
  • False

Question 8

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Plants produce ATP in their chloroplasts during photosynthesis. They also produce ATP during respiration. Explain why it is important for plants to produce ATP during respiration in addition to during photosynthesis
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  • In the dark no ATP production in photosynthesis
  • ‘plants have to respire so they can make the carbon dioxide so they can photosynthesise
  • Plant uses more ATP than produced in photosynthesis
  • Some tissues unable to photosynthesise
  • ATP cannot be moved from cell to cell
  • need energy

Question 9

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Write a simple equation to show how ATP is synthesised from ADP
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  • atp + nadp goes to ADP
  • ADP +phosphate goes to atp

Question 10

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ATP produced
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  • Photosynthesis
  • Anaerobic respiration
  • Aerobic respiration

Question 11

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happens in orgnanelles
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  • Aerobic respiration
  • photosynthis
  • anaerobic respiration

Question 12

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Electron transport chain involved in
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  • photosynthesis
  • aerobic respiration
  • anaerobic respiration

Question 13

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ways in which the properties of ATP make it a suitable source of energy in biological processes
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  • broken down easily
  • Energy released in small/suitable amounts
  • easily resynthesised
  • Soluble
  • Involves a single/simple reaction
  • producing energy/manageable amounts

Question 14

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ways in which the properties of ATP make it a suitable source of energy in biological processes
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  • broken down easily
  • Energy released in small/suitable amounts
  • easily resynthesised
  • Soluble
  • Involves a single/simple reaction
  • producing energy/manageable amounts

Question 15

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Humans synthesise more than their body mass of ATP each day. Explain why it is necessary for them to synthesise such a large amount of ATP.
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  • for movement
  • atp is unstable so is not able to be stored
  • atp is needed for muscle contraction and respiration
  • needed for growth
  • atp only creates a small amount of energy
  • for warmth

Question 16

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Describe the part played by the inner membrane of a mitochondrion in producing ATP
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  • Electrons transferred down electron transport chain
  • protons moving into or out of the membrane
  • Provide energy to take protons/H+ into space between membranes;
  • H+ pass back, through membrane
  • Energy used to combine ADP and phosphate/to produce ATP