What is the main role of an electron transport chain in cellular respiration?
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What stages of cellular respiration is the electron transport chain apart of?
What is the pathway that cellular respiration ends?
Why is cellular respiration considerred a aerobic process?
Asked in Genetics
Where in the cell does the electron transport occur?
Asked in Biology
Where does the electron transport chain take place during cellular respiration?
In which part of cellular respiration does rotenone have its effect?
What stages of cellular respiration involve cytochromes?
Asked in Biology, Genetics, Photosynthesis
What part of cellular respiration produces the most?
Which step of cellular respiration are aerobic?
The electron transport chain is the aerobic step of cellular respiration. Oxygen is the last electron acceptor in the electron transport chain. The last step in aerobic respiration is the bonding of 2 electrons, 2 protons, and oxygen to form water. The water leaves the electron transport chain, freeing up a place for another oxygen molecule so that the electron transport chain does not stop.