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Q: How many total ATP molecules could be made through glycolysis, Acetyl CoA production, and Electron Transport combined ANSWER ASAP?
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Where do the 36 ATP molecules go to in the electron transport chain?

From Glycolysis and Electron Transport Chain


How many more ATP molecules are produced by the electron transport chain than by glycolysis?

34 produced in Electron transport chain4 produced in glycolysis (2 net gained, because two taken in four produced)30 more ATP molecules produced in the electron transport chain then in glycolysis.


What do glycolysis the citric acid cycle and the electron transport chain have in common?

the production of ATP


What do glycolysis and the electron transport chain have in common?

The reduced form of the energy carrying molecules like NADH,FADH2 released from glycolysis send to electron transport system where these energy molecules are further acted by dehydrogenase to remove electrons and ATP is generated.


The coenzymes that are used in the production of ATP via the electron transport train are created during?

glycolysis and Krebs cycle


What is the total number of ATP molecules generated by glycolysis the kerbs cycle and electron transport chain?

38


Which of the following produces nadh ATP and two pyruvate molecules electron transport chaincalvin cycleglyclosesiskreb cycle?

Glycolysis


What are the three steps of cellular respiration?

Cellular respiration refers to the series of biochemical processes involved in the production of ATP molecules. The three steps of cellular respiration are glycolysis, the Krebs cycle and the electron transport chain.


To maximize ATP production glycolysis must be followed by what?

the Link cycle, the Krebs cycle and the electron transport chain.


What's the net total of ATP produced during the electron transport chain?

glycolysis produces 2 molecules of pyruvate, 2 molecules of ATP, and 2 molecules of NADH


What are the 3 stages of respiration?

The three stages of cellular respiration are glycolysis, Krebs cycle, and electron transport chain. During glycolysis glucose is split into two different molecules.


What stage of cellular respiration yields the most ATP?

Electron transport chain. During electron transport chain 34 ATP molecules are produced whereas glycolysis and citric acid cycle yield 4 ATPs (2 during glycolysis and 2 during citric acid cycle).


How do you get 38 ATP?

Cellular respiration, which includes glycolysis, Krebs cycle and electron transport chain can create 38 ATP molecules.


What does glycolysis supply to the Kreb Cycle and to the Electron Transport chain?

To Kreb cycle, glycolysis provides 2 pyruvates. To the electron transport chain, glycolysis provides 2 NADH.


What helps electron-carrying molecules move along the membranes of mitochondria and chloroplasts?

Electron transport chain and atp production.


Why is more energy given off during aerobic respiration than anaerobic respiration?

Anaerobic respiration involves only glycolysis, which has a net gain of 2 ATP. In aerobic respiration, the Krebs Cycle and electron transport occur after glycolysis, producing a net gain of 36 ATP. Most of the 36 ATP molecules are produced during electron transport, which does not occur in glycolysis.


What is glycolysis followed by?

Glycolysis will be followed by Krebs Cycle and Electron Transport Chain


Which process would this animal rely on the most for its production of ATP molecules?

Electron transport chains


Why do biologists believe glycolysis evolved before the Krebs cycle and electron transport chain?

All organisms use glycolysis; not all use the Krebs cycle and electron transport chain.


What is the function of NAD in glycolysis?

NAD+ picks up the electrons that are removed during glycolysis --> makes a molecule of NADH. This NADH goes to the electron transport chain where it gives up the electron to the electron transport chain.


How many ATP and NADH are produced from Glycolysis?

There are 2 net ATP produced during glycolysis. 4 are produced but 2 are used so the net production is 2. There are 2 NADH produced which are then transferred to to the electron transport chain.


What is is the correct order for respiration?

Glycolysis, Krebs cycle, electron transport chain


What are the 3 phases of energy metabolism?

Glycolysis , krebs cycle and electron transport


What happens to the NADH produced during glycolysis and Krebs cycle?

It is used to transport hydrogen to the electron transport chain.


What are the products of cellular respiration including glycolysis?

The main product is ATP, which is formed when glucose is broken apart in glycolysis. The C-H bonds contain chemical energy which is used in an electron transport mechanism to attach it to AMP molecules, using oxygen as a catalyst. This is called oxidative phosphorylation. Byproducts (wastes) of glycolysis are CO2 and H2O molecules.