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complete aerobic respiration towards 2 glucose molecules can produce ATP as many as: a. 72 molecules b. 36 molecules c. 34 molecules d. 8 molecules e. 4 molecules

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  1. anonymous
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    A

  2. anonymous
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    @niels5x9 thanksss😊 but can you explain to me..i still dont understand

  3. Rushwr
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    Altogether 38 ATPs are formed in aerobic respiration but remember in glycolysis 2 ATPs are used . So the total produced would be 36 per glucose molecule. For 2 glucose molecules it will be 72

  4. anonymous
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    Hey, sorry i didnt come back to you earlier!! The amount of ATP's that are produced is: between 32 and 36 ATP's per glucose (38- some for glycolysis and movement of products) 36 times 2 (for 2 glucose molecules) = 72 There is no answer saying 64-72, which would have been more precise. The answer should be A.72

  5. anonymous
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    @niels5x9 @Rushwr thankss😊

  6. Rushwr
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    anytym @aniskantiss

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