5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- True; red blood cells do not have mitochondria
- Toxic Hepatitis (alcohol)
- Superoxide radical
- Ketone Bodies
- a produced from fatty acids when there is no need for further production of ATP; B-hydroxybutyric acid, acetoacetic acid, acetone
- b causes glucose to become trapped in the cell during glycolysis since organic molecules with phosphate groups added cannot cross the plasma membrane
- c increased AST levels
- d oxygen molecule, with an extra unpaired electron; used in phagocytic white blood cells to destroy bacteria
- e True or False: Red blood cells can only perform anaerobic respiration
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- Total ATP produced in aerobic respiration (not including direct phosphorylation)
- theoretical ATP yield
- Total NADH produced in cell respiration (conversion of pyruvate to acetyl-CoA, two turns of the Krebs cycle)
- What is the final electron acceptor in cellular respiration?
- transfer of amine group from glutamic acid to pyruvic acid catalyzed by this
5 True/False Questions
Metabolism → all of the reactions in the body that involve energy transformation
Electron Transport System → a series of electron carrier molecules, found in the inner membrane of mitochondria, that extract energy from electrons and generate ATP or other energetic molecules.
Converted to FADH2 and transported into mitochondria → What happens to NADH produced during glycolysis?
2 ATP ( 2 used, 4 made) → What is the net energy gain at the end of glycolysis?
Viral Hepatitis (virus) → increased AST levels