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Chapter 9 B – Cellular Respiration
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b. lactic acid fermentation c. alcoholic fermentation
Topic 1: $100 Question Question: All of the following are sources of energy during exercise EXCEPT a. stored ATP b. lactic acid fermentation c. alcoholic fermentation d. cellular respiration ANSWER BACK TO GAME

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b. lactic acid fermentation c. alcoholic fermentation
Topic 1: $100 Answer Question: All of the following are sources of energy during exercise EXCEPT a. stored ATP b. lactic acid fermentation c. alcoholic fermentation d. cellular respiration BACK TO GAME

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Question: Which process does NOT release energy from glucose?
Topic 1: $200 Question Question: Which process does NOT release energy from glucose? a. glycolysis b. fermentation c. cellular respiration d. photosynthesis ANSWER BACK TO GAME

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Question: Which process does NOT release energy from glucose?
Topic 1: $200 Answer Question: Which process does NOT release energy from glucose? a. glycolysis b. fermentation c. cellular respiration d. photosynthesis BACK TO GAME

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Topic 1: $300 Question Question: How are cellular respiration and photosynthesis almost opposite processes? a. Photosynthesis releases energy, and cellular respiration stores energy. b. Photosynthesis removes carbon dioxide from the atmosphere, and cellular respiration puts it back. c. Photosynthesis removes oxygen from the atmosphere, and cellular respiration puts it back. d. All of the above ANSWER BACK TO GAME

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Topic 1: $300 Answer Question: How are cellular respiration and photosynthesis almost opposite processes? a. Photosynthesis releases energy, and cellular respiration stores energy. b. Photosynthesis removes carbon dioxide from the atmosphere, and cellular respiration puts it back. c. Photosynthesis removes oxygen from the atmosphere, and cellular respiration puts it back. d. All of the above BACK TO GAME

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Topic 1: $400 Question Question: Which of the following acts as an electron carrier in cellular respiration? a. NAD+ b. ADP c. ATP d. pyruvic acid ANSWER BACK TO GAME

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Topic 1: $400 Answer Question: Which of the following acts as an electron carrier in cellular respiration? a. NAD+ b. ADP c. ATP d. pyruvic acid BACK TO GAME

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Question: Lactic acid fermentation occurs in
Topic 1: $500 Question Question: Lactic acid fermentation occurs in a. bread dough. b. any environment containing oxygen. c. muscle cells. d. mitochondria. ANSWER BACK TO GAME

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Question: Lactic acid fermentation occurs in
Topic 1: $500 Answer Question: Lactic acid fermentation occurs in a. bread dough. b. any environment containing oxygen. c. muscle cells d. mitochondria BACK TO GAME

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Question: The two main types of fermentation are called
Topic 2: $100 Question Question: The two main types of fermentation are called a. alcoholic and aerobic. b. lactic acid and anaerobic. c. aerobic and anaerobic. d. lactic acid and alcoholic. ANSWER BACK TO GAME

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Question: The two main types of fermentation are called
Topic 2: $100 Answer Question: The two main types of fermentation are called a. alcoholic and aerobic. b. lactic acid and anaerobic. c. aerobic and anaerobic. d. lactic acid and alcoholic BACK TO GAME

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Question: One cause of muscle soreness is
Topic 2: $200 Question Question: One cause of muscle soreness is a. alcoholic fermentation. b. glycolysis. c. Krebs cycle. d. lactic acid fermentation. ANSWER BACK TO GAME

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Question: One cause of muscle soreness is
Topic 2: $200 Answer Question: One cause of muscle soreness is a. alcoholic fermentation. b. glycolysis. c. Krebs cycle. d. lactic acid fermentation. BACK TO GAME

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c. alcoholic fermentation. d. lactic acid fermentation.
Topic 2: $300 Question Question: The air bubbles and spongy texture of bread are due to which process? a. glycolysis. b. the Krebs cycle. c. alcoholic fermentation. d. lactic acid fermentation. ANSWER BACK TO GAME

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c. alcoholic fermentation. d. lactic acid fermentation.
Topic 2: $300 Answer Question: The air bubbles and spongy texture of bread are due to which process? a. glycolysis. b. the Krebs cycle. c. alcoholic fermentation. d. lactic acid fermentation. BACK TO GAME

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b. lactic acid fermentation c. alcoholic fermentation d. glycolysis
Topic 2: $400 Question Question: Milk is converted to yogurt under certain conditions when the microorganisms in the milk produce acid. Which of these processes would you expect to be key in the production of yogurt? a. the Krebs cycle b. lactic acid fermentation c. alcoholic fermentation d. glycolysis ANSWER BACK TO GAME

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b. lactic acid fermentation c. alcoholic fermentation d. glycolysis
Topic 2: $400 Answer Question: Milk is converted to yogurt under certain conditions when the microorganisms in the milk produce acid. Which of these processes would you expect to be key in the production of yogurt? a. the Krebs cycle b. lactic acid fermentation c. alcoholic fermentation d. glycolysis BACK TO GAME

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Question: During lactic acid fermentation,
Topic 2: $500 Question Question: During lactic acid fermentation, a. 3 ATP molecules are produced. b. oxygen is required. c. NAD+ is regenerated, allowing glycolysis to continue. d. Glucose is split into three pyruvic molecules. ANSWER BACK TO GAME

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Question: During lactic acid fermentation,
Topic 2: $500 Answer Question: During lactic acid fermentation, a. 3 ATP molecules are produced. b. oxygen is required. c. NAD+ is regenerated, allowing glycolysis to continue. d. Glucose is split into three pyruvic molecules. BACK TO GAME

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Question: The conversion of pyruvic acid into lactic acid requires
Topic 3: $100 Question Question: The conversion of pyruvic acid into lactic acid requires a. alcohol. b. oxygen. c. ATP. d. NADH. ANSWER BACK TO GAME

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Question: The conversion of pyruvic acid into lactic acid requires
Topic 3: $100 Answer Question: The conversion of pyruvic acid into lactic acid requires a. alcohol. b. oxygen. c. ATP. d. NADH. BACK TO GAME

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Question: In the presence of oxygen, glycolysis is followed by
Topic 3: $200 Question Question: In the presence of oxygen, glycolysis is followed by a. lactic acid fermentation. b. alcoholic fermentation. c. photosynthesis. d. the Krebs cycle. ANSWER BACK TO GAME

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Question: In the presence of oxygen, glycolysis is followed by
Topic 3: $200 Answer Question: In the presence of oxygen, glycolysis is followed by a. lactic acid fermentation. b. alcoholic fermentation. c. photosynthesis. d. the Krebs cycle BACK TO GAME

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Topic 3: $300 Question Question: Which organism is NOT likely to carry out cellular respiration? a. tiger b. tree c. anaerobic bacterium d. mushroom ANSWER BACK TO GAME

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Topic 3: $300 Answer Question: Which organism is NOT likely to carry out cellular respiration? a. tiger b. tree c. anaerobic bacterium d. mushroom BACK TO GAME

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Question: The Krebs cycle does not occur if
Topic 3: $400 Question Question: The Krebs cycle does not occur if a. fermentation occurs. b. carbon dioxide is present. c. oxygen is present. d. glycolysis occurs. ANSWER BACK TO GAME

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Question: The Krebs cycle does not occur if
Topic 3: $400 Answer Question: The Krebs cycle does not occur if a. fermentation occurs. b. carbon dioxide is present. c. oxygen is present. d. glycolysis occurs. BACK TO GAME

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Question: The Krebs cycle produces
Topic 3: $500 Question Question: The Krebs cycle produces a. electron carriers. b. glucose. c. lactic acid. d. oxygen. ANSWER BACK TO GAME

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Question: The Krebs cycle produces
Topic 3: $500 Answer Question: The Krebs cycle produces a. electron carriers. b. glucose. c. lactic acid. d. oxygen. BACK TO GAME

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Question: The Krebs cycle starts with
Topic 4: $100 Question Question: The Krebs cycle starts with a. Lactic acid and yields carbon dioxide. b. Glucose and yields 32 ATPs. c. Pyruvic acid and yields carbon dioxide. d. Pyruvic acid and yields lactic acid or alcohol. ANSWER BACK TO GAME

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Question: The Krebs cycle starts with
Topic 4: $100 Answer Question: The Krebs cycle starts with a. Lactic acid and yields carbon dioxide. b. Glucose and yields 32 ATPs. c. Pyruvic acid and yields carbon dioxide. d. Pyruvic acid and yields lactic acid or alcohol. BACK TO GAME

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Question: What raw materials are needed for cellular respiration?
Topic 4: $200 Question Question: What raw materials are needed for cellular respiration? a. glucose and carbon dioxide b. glucose and oxygen c. carbon dioxide and oxygen d. carbon dioxide and water ANSWER BACK TO GAME

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Question: What raw materials are needed for cellular respiration?
Topic 4: $200 Answer Question: What raw materials are needed for cellular respiration? a. glucose and carbon dioxide b. glucose and oxygen c. carbon dioxide and oxygen d. carbon dioxide and water BACK TO GAME

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Topic 4: $300 Question Question: Which substance is needed to begin the process of glycolysis? a. ATP b. NADP c. pyruvic acid d. NADH ANSWER BACK TO GAME

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Topic 4: $300 Answer Question: Which substance is needed to begin the process of glycolysis? a. ATP b. NADP c. pyruvic acid d. NADH BACK TO GAME

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Topic 4: $400 Question Question: In eukaryotic cells, most of cellular respiration takes place in the a. nuclei b. cytoplasm c. mitochondria d. cell walls ANSWER BACK TO GAME

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Topic 4: $400 Answer Question: In eukaryotic cells, most of cellular respiration takes place in the a. nuclei b. cytoplasm c. mitochondria d. cell walls BACK TO GAME

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b. cellular respiration c. alcoholic fermentation d. glycolysis
Topic 4: $500 Question Question: The human body can use all of the following as energy sources EXCEPT a. ATP in muscles b. cellular respiration c. alcoholic fermentation d. glycolysis ANSWER BACK TO GAME

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b. cellular respiration c. alcoholic fermentation d. glycolysis
Topic 4: $500 Answer Question: The human body can use all of the following as energy sources EXCEPT a. ATP in muscles b. cellular respiration c. alcoholic fermentation d. glycolysis BACK TO GAME

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Topic 5: $100 Question Question: What substance produced by alcoholic fermentation makes bread dough rise? a. carbon dioxide b. yeast c. oxygen d. glucose ANSWER BACK TO GAME

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Topic 5: $100 Answer Question: What substance produced by alcoholic fermentation makes bread dough rise? a. carbon dioxide b. yeast c. oxygen d. glucose BACK TO GAME

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Topic 5: $200 Question Question: Which of the following best represents the waste products of cellular respiration? a. CO2 and O2 b. CO2 and H2O c. O2 d. CO2 ANSWER BACK TO GAME

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Topic 5: $200 Answer Question: Which of the following best represents the waste products of cellular respiration? a. CO2 and O2 b. CO2 and H2O c. O2 d. CO2 BACK TO GAME

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Topic 5: $300 Question Question: What is the relationship between the rate of fermentation and temperature? a. The rate of fermentation continually increases as temperature increases. b. The rate of fermentation continually decreases as temperature increases. c. The rate of fermentation decreases with temperature, then it increases. d. The rate of fermentation increases with temperature, then it rapidly decreases. ANSWER BACK TO GAME

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Topic 5: $300 Answer Question: What is the relationship between the rate of fermentation and temperature? a. The rate of fermentation continually increases as temperature increases. b. The rate of fermentation continually decreases as temperature increases. c. The rate of fermentation decreases with temperature, then it increases. d. The rate of fermentation increases with temperature, then it rapidly decreases. BACK TO GAME

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Question: Which statement could explain the data shown in the graph?
Topic 5: $400 Question Question: Which statement could explain the data shown in the graph? a. The yeast cannot survive at temperatures above 30°C. b. The molecules that regulate fermentation perform optimally at temperatures above 30°C. c. The yeast begins releasing carbon dioxide at 30°C. d. The yeast cannot survive at temperatures below 30°C. ANSWER BACK TO GAME

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Question: Which statement could explain the data shown in the graph?
Topic 5: $400 Answer Question: Which statement could explain the data shown in the graph? a. The yeast cannot survive at temperatures above 30°C. b. The molecules that regulate fermentation perform optimally at temperatures above 30°C. c. The yeast begins releasing carbon dioxide at 30°C. d. The yeast cannot survive at temperatures below 30°C. BACK TO GAME

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Question: a. Choice 1 b. Choice 2 c. Choice 3 d. Choice 4
Topic 5: $500 Question Question: a. Choice 1 b. Choice 2 c. Choice 3 d. Choice 4 ANSWER BACK TO GAME

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c. Choice 3 (correct answer) d. Choice 4
Topic 5: $500 Answer Question: a. Choice 1 b. Choice 2 c. Choice 3 (correct answer) d. Choice 4 BACK TO GAME

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Question: a. Choice 1 b. Choice 2 c. Choice 3 d. Choice 4
FINAL ROUND Question Question: a. Choice 1 b. Choice 2 c. Choice 3 d. Choice 4 ANSWER BACK TO GAME

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c. Choice 3 (correct answer) d. Choice 4
FINAL ROUND Answer Question: a. Choice 1 b. Choice 2 c. Choice 3 (correct answer) d. Choice 4 BACK TO GAME

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