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Cellular Respiration Part 2

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Cellular Respiration Part 2

This activity contains 5 questions.

Question 1
1 Which part(s) of cellular respiration take(s) place in the mitochondria?
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Question 2
2 What is the role of oxygen in cellular respiration?
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Question 3
3 Cellular respiration accomplishes two major processes: (1) it breaks glucose down into smaller molecules, and (2) it harvests the chemical energy released and stores it in ATP molecules. By the end of _____, the breakdown of glucose is complete; most ATP molecules are produced during _____.
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Question 4
4 NADH and FADH2 are important in cellular respiration because they deliver high-energy electrons to the electron transport system. Electron transport produces _____ ATP molecule(s) per NADH molecule and _____ ATP molecules(s) per FADH2 molecule.
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Question 5
5 In electron transport, high-energy electrons "fall" to oxygen through a series of reactions. The energy released is used to _____.
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