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1. What would be the net gain of ATP from the breakdown of ten molecules of glucose under aerobic conditions? (1 point) 10 20 40 360 2. The Krebs cycle does NOT occur if (1 point) oxygen is present. oxygen is not present. glycolysis occurs. carbon dioxide is present. 3. In the Krebs cycle, the carbon atoms in a three-carbon molecule are released in (1 point) one molecule of water. three molecules of oxygen. three molecules of carbon dioxide. one molecule of glucose. 4. What process do the arrows for oxygen going in and water coming out represent in the Figure 9–2 diag

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A molecule of glucose under aerobic conditions will yield 36-38 molecules of ATP (only 2 molecules in anaerobic), hence 10 molecules will be 10times 36. Krebs cycle occurs only in aerobic conditions (alongside glycolysis and eletron tranport chain). In most chemical processes, loss of carbon molecules occur in the form of decarboxylation (removal of CO2). Oxygen going in or addition of oxygen is known as OXIDATION, while water going out or loss of water (H2O) is known as DEHYDRATION.

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