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How Glycolysis Works

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1In glycolysis, glucose is converted to
A)CO2 and H2O.
B)pyruvate.
C)citrate.
D)acetyl coA.
E)NAD+ and ADP.



2The NET result of a single glycolysis run is the formation of
A)1 NADH and 1 ATP.
B)2 NADH and 2 ATP.
C)2 NADH and 4 ATP.
D)4 NADH and 2 ATP.
E)4 NADH and 4 ATP.



3Under anaerobic conditions, the end-product of glycolysis is converted to
A)CO2 and H2O.
B)amino acids.
C)lactic acid.
D)hydrochloric acid.
E)acetic acid.



4During glycolysis, a 6-carbon sugar diphosphate molecule is split into two 3-carbon sugar phosphate molecules.
A)True
B)False



5Under aerobic conditions, the end-product of glycolysis is further reduced to yield more ATP.
A)True
B)False







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