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Prentice Hall Biology

Chapter 9: Cellular Respiration

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(TAKS 2, Bio TEKS 4B.10)
1. Which compounds are produced by the two main types of fermentation?
A NAD+ or ATP
B alcohol or lactic acid
C glucose or carbon dioxide
D ADP or ATP


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2. Cellular respiration benefits organisms by
F forming carbon dioxide.
G breaking down glucose.
H transferring energy to ATP.
J consuming oxygen.


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3. The most important product of the electron transport chain in cellular respiration is
A ATP.
B NADH.
C ADP.
D NAD+.


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4. The energy that is released during cellular respiration is stored as
F ATP and NADH.
G ATP and NAD+.
H ADP and NADH.
J ADP and NAD+.


(TAKS 2, Bio TEKS 4B.10)
5. In glycolysis, each glucose molecule is broken down into
A six molecules of carbon dioxide.
B four molecules of ATP.
C two molecules of pyruvic acid.
D two molecules of ATP.


(TAKS 2, Bio TEKS 4B.10)
6. Each of the following processes releases energy from glucose EXCEPT
F photosynthesis.
G glycolysis.
H cellular respiration.
J fermentation.


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7. In cellular respiration, the final electron acceptor is
A carbon dioxide.
B oxygen.
C water.
D ATP.


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8. In the Krebs cycle,
F glucose is broken down into CO2 and H2O.
G ATP is broken down into ADP and AMP.
H CO2 is converted into pyruvic acid.
J pyruvic acid is broken down into CO2 and H2O.


(TAKS 2, Bio TEKS 4B.10)
9. The first set of reactions in cellular respiration is
A the Calvin cycle.
B the Krebs cycle.
C electron transport.
D glycolysis.


(TAKS 4, IPC TEKS 7A.1)
10. What is the density of water at 4°C?
F 0.81 g/cm3
G 13.6 g/cm3
H 1.0 g/cm3
J 1.26 g/cm3