Welcome to your CIE A2 Energy and respiration During oxidative phosphorylation, hydrogen ions join with oxygen to form Amino acid Water Hydrogen peroxide ATPAnaerobic respiration takes place in the: Nasal passages Cell membranes Cytoplasm of cells MitochondriaAs the result of anaerobic respiration, glucose is converted into: Hydrochloric acid Amino acid Pyruvic acid Fatty acidSelect the incorrect sentence about respiration. Glycolysis is the first stage of anaerobic and aerobic respiration. Many cells can use only glucose as their respiratory substrate. Respiration is a process in which organic molecules act as a fuel. Glucose breakdown can be divided into 3 stages.Where does glycolysis take place? Nucleolus of a cell Ribosome of a cell Golgibodies of a cell Cytoplasm of a cellAerobic respiration takes place in the: Cell sap Cell membranes Cytoplasm of cells MitochondriaSelect the incorrect statement with regard to ATP. ATP is adenosine triphosphate ATP is a complex organic chemical. It is a nucleotide derivative. It is formed from a molecule of ribose, 2 molecules of adenine and three phosphate groups.ATP molecules are best associated with the Storage of energy "lock and key" theory pH scale Enzyme-substrate complexSelect the incorrect statement about the Krebs cycle. Acetyl coenzyme A combines with oxaloacetate to form citrate. Carbon dioxide is generated as a waste. It is an open pathway of enzyme controlled reactions. Oxaloacetate is regenerated to combine with another acetyl coenzyme A.All of the processes by which cells produce usable energy are known collectively as: Oxidative phosphorylation Dehydration synthesis Active transport RespirationWhat happens if respiration is aerobic? Pyruvate can be converted to lactate using reduced NAD. Pyruvate from glycolysis enters the ribosome by active transport. Pyruvate can be converted to ethanol using reduced NAD. Pyruvate from glycolysis enters the mitochondrial matrix by active transport.Time is Up!