oxidative phosphorylation is the final part of cellular respiration. list the following steps of oxidative phosphorylation in sequential order (first to last according to the steps provided below).
I. H+ ions flow down a gradient to generate ATP by the enzyme, ATP synthase
II. electrons are transferred from the citric acid cycle into the electron transport chain
III. electrons are transferred to oxygen, causing it to split and take up H+ ions, which forms water
IV. H+ ions are pumped across the mitochondrial membrane to establish an electrochemical gradient
a. I, IV, III, II
b. II, III, I, IV
c. IV, III, II, I
d. I, II, III, IVe. II, IV, III, I
which of the following sequences describes the path by which electrons travel downhill energetically in aerobic respiration?
a. food, glycolysis, citric acid cycle, NADH, ATP
b. glucose, NADH, electron transport chain, oxygen
c. glucose, pyruvate, electron transport chain, NADH, ATP
d. glucose, pyruvate, ATP, oxygen
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