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anabolic reactions may be characterized as

C Two molecules of acetyl-CoA generate more ATP after two cycles than a single molecule of glucose at the end of glycolysis. D An electron acceptor becomes more positively charged. Discover Create Flashcards Mobile Apps.

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E ATP is used in the formation of macromolecules. Sign in Don't have an account? E produce substrates for glycolysis. D An electron acceptor becomes more positively charged. E It involves ribulose 5-phosphate as an intermediate.

C number of electrons they release. C neither anabolic nor catabolic. E reactions that do not require cofactors. D It is characterizee alternative anabolic reactions may be characterized as fermentation. Please upgrade to Cram Premium to create hundreds of folders! The ability to utilize different metalbolites for cellular respiration is one method of identifying bacteria. C isolation of various enzymes within membranous organelles.

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anabolic reactions may be characterized as

B It is also known as the tricarboxylic acid cycle. E the Calvin-Benson cycle. C forming large molecules from smaller molecules. E It involves ribulose 5-phosphate as an intermediate. C both anabolic and catabolic. Please sign in to share these flashcards.

anabolic reactions may be characterized as

C phosphorylation of 34 molecules of ADP. E breaking large molecules into smaller molecules to produce ATP. A All enzymes bind to cofactors necessary for their function. Discover Create Flashcards Mobile Apps. Add to Folders Close.

anabolic reactions may be characterized as

A energy-conservation B lysis C energy-investment D both lysis and energy-conservation E both energy-investment and conservation. The ability to anabolic reactions may be characterized as different metalbolites for cellular respiration is one method of identifying bacteria. E After an enzyme has catalyzed a characteruzed, it resumes its original shape and can interact with a new substrate molecule. E use of the same coenzymes for anabolic and catabolic reactions that share substrate molecules. B loss of hydrogen atom.