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Radhika Motghare

Feb 19, 2015


Differentiate between C3 and C4 pathways in plants.

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Feb 19, 2015

What is glycolysis ? Explain its steps.

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How does glycolysis occur in plants?

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Rejitha Krishnan RG

Mar 17, 2015

How can you say that Glycolysis is a partial oxidation phase? Justify.

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Glucose can be oxidised to obtain energy necessary to perform bodily functions. The pathways which release stored energy by breaking down complex molecules are called as catabolic pathways.
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Sanalkumar S

Mar 12, 2015

What is ETS?

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The metabolic pathway of electron transport is called as electron transport system or ETS.
Glycolysis and Krebs cycle result in the formation of reduced coenzymes such as 10 molecules of NADH...

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Sabyasachi

Oct 19, 2014

What is the biochemical difference in the cellular respiration process of muscle cells when compared to that of liver cells in Human beings. Why is that complete oxidation of one glucose molecule yields 36 ATP molecules in a muscle cell but 38 ATP molecules in liver cell?

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Sanalkumar S

Jan 12, 2015

Differentiate between C3 and C4 pathways.

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Sagar Rachchh

Dec 31, 2014

How are Krebs' cycle and ETS interrelated in generation of ATP? Explain the process of oxidation occurring in the mitochondria?

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Glycolysis and Krebs cycle result in the formation of reduced coenzymes such as 10 molecules of NADH +H+ ions and 2 molecules of FADH2 and 4 molecules...

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Sagar Rachchh

Oct 2, 2014

What is Electron Transport System? Explain its significance.

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The metabolic pathway of electron transport is called as electron transport system or ETS.
Glycolysis and Krebs cycle result in the formation of reduced coenzymes such as 10 molecules of NADH...

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Sunny Mathew

Nov 4, 2014

What is ETS? Explain its significance in metabolism.

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The metabolic pathway of electron transport is called as electron transport system or ETS.

Glycolysis and Krebs cycle result in the formation of reduced coenzymes such as 10 molecules...

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Radhika Motghare

Feb 19, 2015


Differentiate between C3 and C4 pathways in plants.

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Radhika Motghare

Feb 19, 2015

What is glycolysis ? Explain its steps.

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Sanalkumar S

Dec 14, 2014

How does glycolysis occur in plants?

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Rejitha Krishnan RG

Mar 17, 2015

How can you say that Glycolysis is a partial oxidation phase? Justify.

Sol:
Glucose can be oxidised to obtain energy necessary to perform bodily functions. The pathways which release stored energy by breaking down complex molecules are called as catabolic pathways.
<...

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Sanalkumar S

Mar 12, 2015

What is ETS?

Sol:
The metabolic pathway of electron transport is called as electron transport system or ETS.
Glycolysis and Krebs cycle result in the formation of reduced coenzymes such as 10 molecules of NADH...

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Sabyasachi

Oct 19, 2014

What is the biochemical difference in the cellular respiration process of muscle cells when compared to that of liver cells in Human beings. Why is that complete oxidation of one glucose molecule yields 36 ATP molecules in a muscle cell but 38 ATP molecules in liver cell?

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Sanalkumar S

Jan 12, 2015

Differentiate between C3 and C4 pathways.

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Sagar Rachchh

Dec 31, 2014

How are Krebs' cycle and ETS interrelated in generation of ATP? Explain the process of oxidation occurring in the mitochondria?

Sol:

Glycolysis and Krebs cycle result in the formation of reduced coenzymes such as 10 molecules of NADH +H+ ions and 2 molecules of FADH2 and 4 molecules...

Answer (1)

Sagar Rachchh

Oct 2, 2014

What is Electron Transport System? Explain its significance.

Sol:
The metabolic pathway of electron transport is called as electron transport system or ETS.
Glycolysis and Krebs cycle result in the formation of reduced coenzymes such as 10 molecules of NADH...

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Sunny Mathew

Nov 4, 2014

What is ETS? Explain its significance in metabolism.

Sol:
The metabolic pathway of electron transport is called as electron transport system or ETS.

Glycolysis and Krebs cycle result in the formation of reduced coenzymes such as 10 molecules...

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