When does NADH is produced in cellular respiration?

(1) Conversion of PGAL to PGA

(2) Conversion of PGAL to DHAP

(3) Conversion of PGAL to BPGA

(4) Conversion of BPGA to PGA

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The source of phosphorus in conversion of PGAL to BPGA is

(1) Inorganic Phosphate

(2) ATP

(3) ADP

(4) AMP

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The conversion of PGAL to BPGA, results in

(1) Production of NAD+

(2) Removal of two redox equivalents in the form of two hydrogen ions

(3) Removal of two redox equivalents in the form of two hydrogen atoms

(4) Production of 2C compound

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The step of Glycolysis where NADH is produced actually results in
P.Oxidation of PGAL
Q.Reduction of NAD+
R.Production of BPGA
S.Use of Inorganic phosphate
T. Production of NADH+ H+
1. PQRST
2. QRS
3. RST
4. PRS

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The energy yielding steps of glycolysis are

(1) Conversion of PGA to BPGA and Conversion of PGAL to DHAP

(2) Conversion of PGAL to PGA and Conversion of BPGA to PGA

(3) Conversion of BPGA to PGA and Conversion of PEP to Pyruvate

(4) Conversion of pyruvate to PEP and PGAL to DHAP

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What is the total amount of ATP produced in Glycolysis?

(1) 4

(2) 2

(3) 6

(4) 8

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What is the total amount of ATP produced in the aerobic oxidation of Glucose in Glycolysis?

(1) 10

(2) 8

(3) 12

(4) 16

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What is the key product of glycolysis?

(1) Pyruvate

(2) Phenolpyruvate

(3) Acetyl CoA

(4) Oxaloacetate

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The metabolic fate of pyruvate depends on

(1) Cellular Need

(2) Pace of enzyme activity

(3) Reaction intermediates

(4) NADH production process

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The major ways through which different cells handle Pyruvate of Glycolysis are except

(1) Lactic Acid Fermentation

(2) Alcoholic Fermentation

(3) Aerobic Respiration

(4) Phosphorespiration

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