anonymous
  • anonymous
Which of the following processes releases most of the chemical energy stored in glucose? A. Calvin cycle B. Cellular respiration C. Glycolysis D. Photosynthesis
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blues
  • blues
The first step of this problem is to eliminate the two options which don't release energy from glucose. Do you have any ideas as per which two options those are?
blues
  • blues
The calvin cycle and photosynthesis both have to do with storing energy in chemical bonds, not releasing chemical energy in bonds (as the question specifies), so you know those two are not the answer. Then the key is to focus on which of the two remaining options - glycolysis and cellular respiration - release the most energy. Hope that helps. :)
anonymous
  • anonymous
Cellular Respiration ? Because I know that is releases 34 ATP molecules vs. Glycolysis which releases 2 ATP molecules. @blues

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blues
  • blues
That is correct. :)
anonymous
  • anonymous
Thanks ! (:

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