Respiration and photosynthesis

Can you name the respiration and photosynthesis keywords

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which part of respiration is (pyruvate+NAD+CoA = acetylCoA+reduced NAD+CO2
in anaerobic respiration in animals pyruvate+reduced NAD=????+NAD
total number of ATP molecules produced from 1 glucose molecule
krebs cycle produces which gas
RUBP + ??? = 2GP
where in the cell organelle does krebs cycle take place
ATP is an immediate energy source/store, which one?
how many times does the link reaction occur for 1 molecule of glucose?
part of respiration where glucose is broken down into pyruvate
what's the other product of lactate fermentation other than lactate
biochemical pathway that forms part of the light independant reaction
final electron acceptor in electron transport chain
krebs cycle produces which 2 coenzymes
in anaerobic respiration in microorganisms pyruvate+reduced NAD=????+CO2+NAD
process of atp synthesis from diffusion of H+
number of ATP molecules produced during glycolysis
enzyme that makes ATP from diffusion of H+
Glycerate-3-phosphate reduced to ????
how many cyles of the calvin cycle before 1 molecle of glucose is produced?
site of krebs cycle
which process occurs during anaerobic and aerobic respiration
the most efficient part of respiration
what reduces GP to TP
how many molecules of pyruvate produced from 1 molecule of glucose?

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