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what is the full form of GDP,GTP,FADH andFAD?????
How many ATP molecules are DIRECTLY synthesised in this pathway from one glucose molecule?
what is EMP pathway?
what is reducing equivalent
why mitochondria is known as powerhouse of cell and ATP is energy currency of cell
what is the full form of FMN....??.....which is mentioned in electron transport system
main steps in aerobic respiration
how are alcoholic beverages of alcohol content greater than the optimum concentration obtained ?
what is the full form of NADPH
Name the enzyme that convert sucrose into glucose and fructose?
what is redox equivalent
sir what is the end product of kreb's cycle and why oxidative phosphorylation ?
Compare oxidative phosphorylation and photo phosphorylation.
why the respiratory pathway consider an amphibolic pathway rather than as a catabolic pathway
how do the proteins enter in the respiratory pathway ?
How respiration becomes an amphibolic pathway?
Pls explain the electron transport chain ? Write the Answer in points .
plz explain c4 pathway.......
What is bond energy??
definition for oxidative phosphorylation
what is the significance of RQ
What would be the maximum concentration of alcohol in beverages that are naturally fermented?
Ubiquinone receives reducing equivalents throughComplex II(FADH) please explain this
schematic representation of glycolysis?
number of ATP molecules which can be built on complete oxidation of pyruvic acid
Can you explain the electron transport chain with a simple labelled diagram ?
why pure proteins and fats are not used in respratory substrates? i' ll feel good if i ll get the answr earliest
what is phosphorylation?
please explain each and every enzyme taking part in each steps of glycolysis & krebs cycle. immediately plssss
Which of the following will release more energy on oxidation? Arrange them in ascending order.
a) 1 gram of fat
b) 1 gram of protein
c) 1 gram of glucose
d) 0.5 grams of glucose + 0.5 grams of proteins
why are the ETS enzymes located in the mitochondria??
COMPLETE OXIDATION OF 1 GM MOLECULE OF GLUCOSE GIVES RISE TO ....... 1] 6860000 2] 686000 3] 68600 4] 6800
Can you explain glyogenelysis, glycogeneolysis, glyconeolysis ?
write the balance sheet of atp formed for glycolysis, fermentation. ets , tca cycle
Each living cell is located close to the surface of a plant. So the distances that the gases must diffuse are not great . plz explain this !!
Give example of the process deamination..
What are the differences between ATP and NADH+H+/NADPH.Are both these compounds used as energy currencies?
role of oxygen in ETS
when we calculate the total ATP formed in aerobic respiration, it comes out to be 38. But our teacher said that the net gain is 36 ATP. Where did the 2 molecules are utilised?
explain the electron transport system(ETS) ..
can u give me the answers for the table in NCERT biology Ch-13 respiration in plants regarding the difference between C3 and C4 plants plzz..i have exam day after tommorow !!
urgent..........how many ATP molecules could maximally be generated from one molecule of glucose if the complete oxidation of one mole of glucose to CO2 and H2O yields 686kcal and the useful chemical energy available in the high energy phosphate bond of one mole of ATP is 12kcal?
what is the importances of F0-F1 particles in ATP synthesis during aerobic respiration?
How many NADH2 molecules r generated as a result of 1 cycle of glycolysis ??
why is RQ value zero at compensation point?
please explain where these 6NADH2, 2FADH2 and 2ATP molecules are formed in ''Krebs cycle'' and how??
how many ATP are formed during glycolysis?
Explain the role of oxygen and F0 -F1 complex in ETS.
how fermentation process is hazardous? plzzzzzzzzzz explain?
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