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  • one year ago

Where is the electron transport chain for cellular respiration located?

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  1. rvc
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    what do you think ? try first please

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    "This depends on whether you are a eukaryote, bacteria or archaea. In eukaryotes, the electron transport chain components are on the mitochondrial membrane.In bacteria and archaea, since there are no membrane-enclosed compartments, they are on the cellular membrane"

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