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Cellular Energy
Jeopardy
CR 1
Ps 1
CR 2
Ps 2
Misc.
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100
Where does glycolysis take place?
A).mitochondrial matrix
B).mitochondrial outer membrane
C).mitochondrial inner membrane
D).mitochondrial intermembrane space
E).cytoplasm
E. Cytoplasm
200
What is the name of the process in which
pyruvate is converted to lactate?
A).chemiosmotic theory
B).fermentation
C).glycolysis
D).Krebs cycle
E).none of the above
B. Fermentation
300
_____ is used and _____ is produced in the
overall process of cellular respiration.
A).Carbon dioxide ... water
B).Oxygen ... glucose
C).Water ... ATP
D).Glucose ... carbon dioxide
E).ATP ... Oxygen
D. Glucose… carbon dioxide
400
The role of oxygen in aerobic respiration is
A.
B.
C.
D.
E.
To transport CO2
Most important in the Krebs Cycle
To transport electrons in gylcolysis
To provide electrons for the ETC
As the final hydrogen acceptor in the
ETC
E. Final acceptor
500
Match each process with its correct
location…
1. Glycolysis
2. ETC
3. Krebs Cycle
A) Cristae membrane
B) Cytoplasm
C) Inner Matrix
1. B
3. C
2. A
100
Which of these wavelengths is least
useful for photosynthesis?
A).green
B).yellow
C).blue
D).orange
E).red
A. Green
200
What is the primary function of the light
reactions of photosynthesis?
A).to produce energy-rich glucose from carbon
dioxide and water
B).to produce ATP and NADPH
C).to produce NADPH used in respiration
D).to convert light energy to the chemical
energy of PGAL
B. To produce ATP and NADPH
300
Oxygen is released by the
A).Light reaction of photosynthesis
B).Dark reaction of photosynthesis
C).Formation of ATP from ADP
D).”Excited” electrons in the chlorophyll
molecule
E).Splitting of the 6-carbon sugar
A. Light reactions of Ps
400
Cyclic photophosphorylation results in
the production of…
A.
B.
C.
D.
E.
ATP only
ATP and NADPH
NADPH only
ATP, NADPH, and sugar
Sugar only
A. ATP only
500
Choose A. Light-dependent reactions
or B. Light-independent reactions
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Oxygen is released.
Carbon gets reduced.
Oxidative photophosphorylation.
ATP is produced.
Electron flow through the ETC.
1. A 2. B
3. A
4. A
5. A
100
What is the name of the process in which
glucose is converted to pyruvate?
A).chemiosmotic theory
B).fermentation
C).glycolysis
D).the Krebs cycle
E).none of the above
C. Glycolysis
200
Which metabolic pathway is common to both
cellular respiration and fermentation?
A).the oxidation of pyruvate to acetyl CoA
B).the citric acid cycle
C).oxidative phosphorylation
D).glycolysis
E).chemiosmosis
D. glycolysis
300
In the absence of oxygen, yeast cells can
obtain energy by fermentation, resulting in
the production of
A).ATP, CO2, and ethanol (ethyl alcohol)
B).ATP, CO2, and lactate
C).ATP, NADH, and pyruvate
D).ATP, pyruvate, and oxygen
E).ATP, pyruvate, and acetyl CoA
A.
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C6H12O6 + 6O2  6H2O + 6CO2 + 38 ATP
The process shown is…
A. Reduction and is endergonic
B. Reduction and is exergonic
C. Oxidation and is endergonic
D. Oxidation and is exergonic
E. Neither oxidation nor reduction but must be
endergonic because energy must be added to the
reaction to get it started.
D. Energy is released and carbon loses hydrogen
atoms in oxidation
500
In addition to ATP, what is produced
during glycolysis?
A.
B.
C.
D.
E.
Pyruvate and NADH
CO2 and H2O
CO2 and ethyl alcohol
CO2 and NADH
H2O and ethyl alcohol
A. Pyruvate and NADH
100
A plant has a unique photosynthetic pigment.
The leaves of this plant appear to be reddish
yellow. What wavelengths of visible light are
NOT being absorbed by this pigment?
A).blue and violet
B).green and yellow
C).red and yellow
D).blue, green, and red
E).green, blue, and violet
C. Red and yellow
200
The major product of the Calvin cycle is
A).rubisco
B).oxaloacetate
C).ribulose biphosphate (RuBP)
D).pyruvate
E).glyceraldehyde-3-phosphate (G3P)
E. G3P
300
How does carbon dioxide enter the leaf?
A).through the chloroplasts
B).through the mesophyll
C).through the thylakoids
D).through the stomata
E).through the vascular system
D
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CAM plants keep there stomates closed during
the daytime to reduce excess water loss.
They can do this because they…
A. Can fix CO2 into sugars in the mesophyll cells
B. Can use photosystems I and II at night
C. Modify rubisco so it does not bind with
oxygen
D. Can incorporate CO2 into organic acids at
night
E. Have lenticels instead of stomates
D
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Name the parts of a chloroplast.
1. Each Disk.
2. Stack of disks.
3. Enzyme containing
Liquid.
4. Pigment in plants.
1.Thylakoid 2. Grana
3. Stroma 4. Chlorophyll
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The Krebs cycle in humans occurs in the:
A).Cytoplasm
B).Mitochondrial matrix
C).Inner mitochondrial membrane
D).Outer mitochondrial membrane
E).Intermembrane space
B. Mitochondrial matrix
200
During strenuous muscle exertion, an
insufficient supply of oxygen will lead to a
build up of
A).Pyruvic acid
B).Glucose
C).Lactic acid
D).Acetyl CoA
E).Ethanol
C. Lactic Acid
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After strenuous exercise, a muscle cell would
contain decreased amounts of _____ and
increased amounts of ______.
A.
B.
C.
D.
E.
Glucose… ATP
ATP… Glucose
ATP… lactic acid
Lactic Acid… ATP
CO2… Pyruvic Acid
C. ATP… Lactic Acid
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Plants carry out photosynthesis during
the day and respiration only during the
nite.
A.True
B. False
B. False.. All organisms do
respiration all the time.
500
All of the following processes produce
ATP except
A. Lactic Acid Formation
B. Oxidative Phosphorylation
C. Glycolysis
D. Krebs cycle
E. The ETC
A.
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