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The Anaerobic Respiration Quiz tests your knowledge about the fate of glucose when oxygen is not present.
1. When are fermentation pathways useful for providing energy?
a.When enough oxygen is not available
b.When the Krebs cycle won't go fast enough
c.When it is the only pathway present for producing ATP
d.Never, they provide only NADPH
2. What are the end products of lactate fermentation from glucose?
3. What are the end products of alcohol fermentation from glucose?
4. What causes bread to rise?
a.Amoebae break down the sugar and release carbon dioxide
b.Bacteria break down the sugar and release carbon dioxide
c.Yeasts break down the sugar and release carbon dioxide
d.Algae break down the sugar and release carbon dioxide
5. How are lactate and alcohol fermentation different?
a.Their organic compound end products are different
b.Lactate fermentation ends with a 3 carbon compound, alcohol fermentation ends with a 2-carbon one
c.Carbon dioxide is released with only alcohol fermentation
d.Water is added only with alcohol fermentation
6. In which fields are bacteria that carry out lactate fermentation useful?
a.Yogurt production
b.Beer production
c.Bread production
d.Wine production
7. Only bacteria are capable of anaerobic respiration.
8. Why isn't anaerobic respiration effective for larger organisms?
a.The energy yield is too small
b.It causes too much glucose to be burned up
c.It results in products that may be toxic to the organism
d.NAD+ is lost over time because it can't be regenerated
9. More ATP is produced through alcohol than lactate fermentation.
10. What is(are) the main function(s) of fermentation pathways from glucose?
a.NAD+ regeneration
b.To allow glycolysis to continue to produce ATP without feedback inhibition from pyruvate
c.To produce more ATP than from aerobic respiration
d.To produce ATP for cell use
11. Why are anaerobic electron transport chains important?
a.They allow inorganic compounds to act as a terminal electron acceptors
b.They increase the ATP formed from anaerobic respiration
c.They can work with both oxygen and sulfate as the terminal electron acceptors at the same time
d.They can work with both oxygen and methane as the terminal electron acceptors at the same time
12. If a human muscle cell runs out of oxygen over a short period of time, what process can it use to get ATP?
a.Alcohol fermentation
b.Lipid fermentation
c.Lactate fermentation
d.Peptide fermentation
13. __________ means the release of energy using oxygen
a.aerobic respiration
b.anearobic respiration
14. The overall equation for glucose metabolism is C6H12O6 + 6O2 --> 6CO2 + 6H2O + ATP and heat. The carbon atoms in the CO2 molecules in this equation come from __________ during reactions of __________.
a.C6H12O6, glycolysis
b.C6H12O6, the Krebs cycle
c.O2, the electron transport system
d.C6H12O6, the electron transport system
15. what is this formula C6 H12 O6 + 6O2 = 6H2 O + 6C O2
a.aerobic respiration
b.anaerobic respiration
c.Amino acid
16. How many ATPs are formed in anaerobic respiration ?
17. Define anaerobic respiration?
a.The process in which the amount of water is less
b.The process in which the respiration takes place in the absence of oxyzen
c.The process in which the amount of water is more
d.The process in which the acid reacts with base to form salt
18. NADH in the process of anaerobic respiration is
d.ponverted to atp
19. how many eggs can a bean sprout accumulate
d.only yolking
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What others think about Anaerobic Respiration
By: Michelle on Jun 19, 2010
  This quiz was very helpful in understanding anerobic respiration.
By: jen on Sep 18, 2009
  Anaerobic respiration is the breakdown of glucose in the absence of oxygen.
By: jovy on Sep 2, 2009
  anaerobic respiration is one of the 2 types of respiration and it occurs without the use of energy not like the aerobic respiration and human experience not only aerobic respiration but also anaerobic respiration
By: blah blah............. on Jul 10, 2009
  tooo difficult, tooooo chime how to even do it.
By: krissy on May 23, 2009
  anaerobic respiration occurs without the use of oxygen
By: prathima on May 19, 2009
  Respiration is the release of enery.it gives us anaerobic respiration
By: mary on Feb 1, 2009
  what is anaerobic respiration
By: chloe on Nov 12, 2008
  mmm. a little hard
By: mary jane on Oct 30, 2008
  has an organic electron donor, electron transport chain-various electron acceptors, and approx 20 ATP/glucose oxidized
By: shell on Oct 30, 2008
  That was hard!!
By: Alice on Oct 15, 2008
  Alcoholic fermantation occuts in yeast. It produces very little energy, but produces a lot of carbon dioxide and ethanol. Liptic acid fermantation occuts in our muscles and in some bacteria and fungae. When there is a need of energy and the oxygen can't get fast enough for the cells fermentation
By: crox on Oct 8, 2008

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