Both anaerobic and aerobic respiration use ______ to produce ATP and NADH. In anaerobic respiration, NADH is regenerated to NAD+ by ______,

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Both anaerobic and aerobic respiration use ______ to produce ATP and NADH. In anaerobic respiration, NADH is regenerated to NAD+ by ______, while in aerobic respiration, electons from NADH are deposited in the ______ to regenerate NAD+. Anaerobic respiration produces _____ ATP per molecule of glucose compared to aerobic respiration. HELP

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Valentina 3 months 2022-02-23T04:07:59+00:00 2 Answers 0 views 0

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    2022-02-23T04:09:25+00:00

    Answer:

    1.A. Glycolysis;

    2.A. fermentation pathways;

    3.C. electron transport chain;

    4.A. less.

    Explanation:

    Anaerobic respiration involves breakdown of glucose molecule to produce energy in the absence of oxygen, while during aerobic respiration, glucose completely breaks down to produce energy, and carbon dioxide and water as byproducts.

    ‘Both aerobic and anaerobic respiration involve ‘the process of glycolysis’ to produce ATP and NADH molecules’ as glycolysis is a universal process that takes place in all living organisms.

    In anaerobic respiration, NAD+ molecules, used in glycolysis are regenerated from NADH by ‘fermentation pathways’ while in aerobic respiration NAD+ are regenerated from NADH during ‘electron transport chain.

    During anaerobic respiration, partial oxidation of glucose takes place that produce a ‘less amount of ATP molecules’ than aerobic respiration. It produces only 2 ATP molecules per molecule of glucose while aerobic respiration produces 32 ATP molecules per molecule of glucose.

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    2022-02-23T04:09:28+00:00

    Answer:

    Glycolysis, Fermentation, ETC, few ATP

    Explanation:

    The process of breakdown of glucose in the body is called Glycolysis. This process can occur both in the presence or absence of glucose. The anaerobic glycolysis process produces lactic acid as the end product. The enzyme GAPDH forms NADH+ H+ is regenerated to NAD+ at the time of lactate formation (fermentation). This process results in formation of only two ATP molecules.

    The aerobic glycolysis produce more energy during the time of intense work and excercise. The electrons from NADH are deposited in the electron transport chain (ETC) to regenerate NAD+.

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