When one molecule of Glucose is fermented to alcohol or lactate, how much energy is trapped in the form of ATP?
When one molecule of Glucose is fermented to alcohol or lactate, how much energy is net gained in the form of ATP?
If an yeast performs Fermentation such that the concentration of the Alcohol reaches to ………, then it posions itself to ……..
The events of Aerobic Respiration iinclude
p. The complete oxidation of Pyruvate by the stepwise removal of all the hydrogen atoms leaving two molecules of Carbon-dioxide
q. The passing on of the electrones removed as part of the Hydrogen atoms to molecular oxygen with simultaneous synthesis of ATP
r. Pyruvate is transported from Cytoplasm to Matrix
s. Two events of Aerobic Respiration takes place within mitochondria.
t. The first process takes place in the matrix of mitochondria while second process is located on the inner membrane of mitochondria
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Pyruvate is a result of …… of carbohydrates.
The oxidative decarboxylation of Pyruvate occurs in
The enzyme Pyruvate dehydrogenase acts in
The reaction which is catalyzed by Pyruvate dehydrogenase includes except
First step of decarboxylation in cellular respiration occurs in