A muscle cell undergoes glycolysis to generate pyruvate. Considering that the cell remains under aerobic conditions and moves on to the ETC via the Krebs cycle, which of the following would be the final electron acceptor in this case?
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In this case, the key term is "aerobic conditions." What is required for respiration to be aerobic?
so its c.?
Yes, I think it is. Aerobic implies oxygen.
For the record, I also think it is a poorly worded question. Glycolysis and electron transport are simultaneous processes - the entire cell doesn't do glycolysis, then shift gears and do electron transport as the question seems to imply. Both happen at the same time to different molecules.