Cellular Respiration Puzzle Quiz
The location of the Krebs cycle inside the mitochondria.
The 6-C compound that is the main energy source for cellular respiration.
____ converts to ATP by capturing energy and a phosphate.
Electron Transport Chain
The cytochromes on the mitochondrial inner membrane is called the ______ ______ ______.
The "powerhouse" of the cell where ATP is made by chemiosmosis.
The number of CO2 formed from the complete oxidation of one glucose.
The removal of H+ ions or e- is called ______. Also the opposite of reduction.
The ion that is a single proton.
The proton ______ actively transports H+ across the inner membrane creating a gradient.
A vitamin coenzyme (riboflavin) that is H- carrier in the Krebs cycle.
At the end of the electron transport chain 2e- + 2H+ + oxygen unite to form ______.
The number of net ATP made during glycolysis.
Each NADH + H+ yields ____ ATP being made during chemiosmosis.
Each FADH results in ____ ATP being made during chemiosmosis.
Abbreviation for electron transport chain.
First compound of the Krebs cycle formed by combining acetylCoA and oxaloacetic acid is ______ acid.
________ produces ATP anaerobically and results in the production of lactic acid of alcohol.
Type of cellular respiration that occurs in the cytoplasm.
Abbreviation for the coenzyme that joins with an acetyl group to carry cellular respiration to the Krebs cycle.
The intermembrane ______ in the mitochondria is where H+ are pumped to dam up energy.
As lactic acid accumulates, a person develops an oxygen ______ that has to be repaid later.
The main objective of cellular respiration is to produce ____.
A 3-C compound formed at the end of glycolysis.
The location of glycolysis and fermentation in the cell.
The enzyme at the end of the electron transport system that catalyzes the production of ATP.
The ______ we take in daily provides the energy for oxidative phosphorlation.
The chemical formation of ATP coupled to a diffusion process of H+ similar to osmosis is ________.
The phase of cellular respiration where the most NAD+ and FAD+ are reduced to FADH and NADH + H+.
The 2-C compound formed between glycolysis and the Krebs cycle.
A vitamin (niacin) coenzyme that is a H- carrier.
The type of cellular respiration that requires oxygen and produces that greatest amount of ATP's.
As chemical bonds are broken, ______ is released in various forms.
Muscle cells deprived of sufficient oxygen produce ______ acid and regenerate NAD+.
The final e-/H+ acceptor at the end of the electron transport chain.
The gas released as C-O-O complexes are broken off during the chemical reactions.