3 Written questions
3 Multiple choice questions
- Pyruvate from cytoplasm enters mitochondrion, enzymes in matrix remove H which is accepted by NAD+ and remove CO2 (oxidative decarboxylation).
- pyruvate is made by removing 2 phosphates and passing them to ADP, making ATP.
- phosphorylation, lysis, oxidation, ATP formation
3 True/False questions
Oxidation → 2 hydrogen atoms are removed from each triose phosphate molecule and accepted by NAD+. The energy released is used to link on another phosphate group
Glycolysis → fructose biphosiphate is split in half into 2 triose phosphate molecules
Respiration → The controlled release of energy from organic compounds in cells to form ATP