How many ATP molecules need to be converted to ADP to link two glucose molecules?
None. Here we are talking of the synthesis of disaccharides. The
biological mechanism entails the reaction known as
"condensation", where two monosaccharide molecules, as
glucose, join together to form a disaccharide. Condensation
reaction involves the loss of a water molecule per two
monosaccharides in a chemical reaction. Two OH groups, one from
each sugar molecule, come together to release a water molecule and
form an oxygen bridge between sugar molecules. One of the OH groups
is attached to the anomeric carbon (the carbon that has 2 oxygens
bonded to it).
How many molecules of ADP can be converted to ATP by the energy released from one molecule of glucose?
32 - 34 molecules of ATP
How many ATP molecules form when one molecule of glucose is converted to two molecules of pyruvate under anaerobic conditions?
36 ATP Molecules
How many ATP molecules are produced when 1 molecule of glucose is converted into 2 molecules of lactic acid?
34 ATP molecules are produced by the end of the electron transport chain.
Each glucose molecule is converted to two molecules of pyruvate through glycolysis. Each molecule of pyruvate can then be converted to 1 acetyl CoA for a total of 2 acetly groups from 1 glucose
The number of glucose molecules is variable.
How many molecules of glucose are produced when 6 molecules of carbon dioxide combine with 6 molecules of water?
How many molecules of glucose (C6H12O6) are produced when 6 molecules of carbon dioxide combine with 6 molecules of water?
1 molecule of glucose is 1 mole of glucose. So .6 moles = .6 molecules
Four ATP molecules are produced, but there is a net gain of two. This is because the process requires an initial input (energy investment) of 2 ATP molecules in the beginning, when 2 ATP are converted to 2 ADP.
Two molecules The structure of glucose is C6H12O6
when three or more glucose molecules combine. i just took a quiz on this!
One molecule of glucose will produce 38 molecules of ATP. This means that 300/38 molecules of glucose are needed, or 8, which will make 304 ATP molecules.
Each glucose molecule produces 2 pyruvate molecules so 3 glucose will make 3*2=6 pyruvate molecules.
2 ATP molecules are used to split glucose. During the process, glucose is split into 2 G3P or glyceraldehyde-3-phosphate molecules.
If there are three molecules of glucose going through glycolysis how many ATPs and pyruvic acids will be produced?
One molecule of glucose produces 2 molecules of pyruvate and 2 molecules of ATP. So for three molecules of glucose, the result will be 6 molecules of pyruvate and 6 molecules of ATP.
If you are referring to the combustion of glucose (of which respiration is a variant) then there are 6 CO2 molecules released per glucose molecule.
Well, figure about 34 ATP per molecule of glucose, so........, 6000/34 = about 176 molecules of glucose needed ===============================
4,96 x 1024 molecules of glucose is equal to 8,236 moles.
About 36 ATP molecules for every glucose molecule.
6 oxygen molecules are in a molecule of glucose.
One molecule of glucose is formed.
One molecule of glucose makes two acetyl coA molecules.
Two pyruvate molecules are produced per glucose molecule.
Total 38 molecules of ATP are produced in complete oxidation of glucose molecule.
Two molecules of pyruvic acid are derived from each glucose that goes through glycolysis.
Six oxygen molecules are released when one glucose molecule is formed.
The answer is 4 moles.
In aerobic respiration, 1 molecule of glucose yields 38 ATP molecules, 8 are produced during glycolysis, 6 from the link reaction and 24 from the Krebs cycle. The net gain is 36 ATP, because 2 of the ATP molecules produced from glycolysis are used up in the re-oxidation of the coenzyme NAD+.
Glucose is a 6-carbon sugar. It is the basic sugar that animals and plants break everything down into for energy (as both photosynthesis and cellular respiration are based on how many ATP molecules can be synthesized from how many glucose molecules).
It takes 6 molecules of CO2 to form glucose. The equation is: 6CO2 + 6H2O + energy ------> C6H12O6 + 6O2
36 molecules of ATP.
Six CO2 molecules will be produced for every glucose molecule completely oxidized. Glucose contains six Carbon atoms, hence the six CO2 molecules.
Basically, a polymer is a molecule that is composed of many smaller identical molecules. These smaller molecules are called monomers. One example of this relationship is the relationship between glucose and starch. Glucose is a monomer. When many glucose molecules are joined together, they can form starch, which is a polymer.
Per molecule of glucose aerobic respiration generates a total of how many ATP molecules while anaerobic generates how many ATP molecules?
Per molecule of glucose aerobic respiration generates a total of 36ATP molecules while anarobic generates 2 ATP molecules?
Starch is a polysaccharide: it is made up of many, many units of glucose molecules joined together with glycosidic linkages between them. Glucose units are joined through condensation (dehydration synthesis) reactions, where 2 H and one oxygen is removed between 2 glucose molecules to join them together. In photosynthesis, plants use light energy to produce chemical energy in the form of glucose from CO2 and water. The glucose produced is usually converted into starch by… Read More
There are many different types of sugar, but I will presume you mean glucose, C6H12O6. Glucose has a molecular mass of 180 g/mol. 12 g . 1 mol . 6.02 x 1023 molecules = 4.01 x 1022 molecules of glucose. 180g 1 mol
How many carbon dioxide molecules are produced during the cellular respiration of two glucose molecules?
2 molecules are produced
Thirty-six molecules of ATP are produced in the entire breakdown of glucose. ATP stands for adenosine triphosphate.
How many molecules of ATP can be generated from glucose in the presence of oxygen than when oxygen is not available?
34 molecules of ATP can be generated from one molecule of glucose in aerobic respiration.
Six molecules of carbon dioxide needed for photosynthesis of glucose: 6 CO2 + 6 H2O --> C6H12O6
About 36 to 38 molecules of ATP per glucose molecule in oxidative phosphorylation of respiration.
If all of the 120g of glucose are converted within muscle cells to energy ATP how many grams of H20 will be produced how many grams of C02 will be produced?
If all of th 120 g of glucose are converted to energy, how many grams of h2o and co2 will be produced?
Glucose is a monomer; monomers of carbohydrates are called monosaccharides.
just one . 6 molecules CO2 + 6 molecules of H2O = 1 molecule C6H12O6 + 6 molecules O2
Starch is polymer composed of many glucose molecules connected together by glycolytic bonds, oranges contain many sugars, including glucose, fructose, and sucrose, so it is not thoroughly composed of glucose molecules, and therefore will not form starch.
It takes 2 monosaccharide molecules to form a maltose molecule. Those are 2 glucose molecules. So 2 glucose molecules join together to make 1 maltose molecule.
In aerobic respiration, 36 or 38 molecules of ATP per molecule of glucose, depending on how many are gained through the electron transfer system. In anaerobic respiration 2 molecules of ATP per molecule of glucose, though higher yields can occur in higher temperatures (as much as 9 ATP molecules per molecule of glucose)
4 ATP molecules are produced.
There are 6 carbon dioxide molecules.