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This set of Biology Multiple Choice Questions & Answers (MCQs) focuses on Respiration Set 1

Q1 | Substrate in glycolysis is normally
Q2 | Decarboxylation of pyruvic acid results in the formation of
Q3 | Number of direct ATPs produced in glycolysis is (Gujarat GET Q.B.)
Q4 | Number of reduced coenzymes NADH produced during glycolysis are
Q5 | Net gain of glycolysis is
Q6 | In respiration, the oxygen is used in
Q7 | One molecules of NADH+ H + gives how many ATPs in ETS (Gujarat CETQ.B.)
Q8 | Conversion of pyruvic acid to acetyl Co A is called
Q9 | Reduction of acetaldehyde gives
Q10 | Lactic acid is formed due to the reduction of (Gujarat GET Q.B.)
Q11 | Fermentation is the primary mode of energy production in
Q12 | Krebs cycle occurs in (Gujarat GET Q.B.)
Q13 | Krebs cycle is also known as
Q14 | The location of ETS is ;
Q15 | Krebs cycle starts with the condensation of acetyl CoA with
Q16 | ?- keto glutaric acid consists of
Q17 | Citric acid cycle was proposed by
Q18 | Direct synthesis of ATPs in one turn of Krebs cycle is
Q19 | Number of NADH + H+, formed in one turn of Krebs cycle is
Q20 | Number of FADH2 formed in one turn of Krebs cycle is
Q21 | Number of ATPs which can be generated by one FADH2 in ETS are (Gujarat GET Q.B.)
Q22 | Formation of ATPs in mitochondria is known as
Q23 | Formation of ATP occurs
Q24 | Phosphorylation means
Q25 | Oxidative phosphorylation occurs in