BotanyThe three boxes in this diagram represent the three major biosynthetic pathways in aerobic respiration. Arrows represent net reactants or products. Arrows numbered 4, 8 and 12 can all be 

The three boxes in this diagram represent the three major biosynthetic pathways in aerobic respiration. Arrows represent net reactants or products.

 

Arrows numbered 4, 8 and 12 can all be

 

  1. A

    H2 O

  2. B

    FAD+ or FADH2

  3. C

    NADH

  4. D

    ATP

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    Solution:

    Pathway A: Glycolysis; Pathway B: Krebs cycle; Pathway C: Terminal oxidation
    Step 1: Any of the intermediate of glycolysis other than glucose
    Step 2: Pyruvic acid
    Step 3: NADH
    Step 4: ATP
    Step 5: Acetyl CoA from fatty acids or amino acids
    Step 6: NADH/ FADH2 
    Step 7: FADH2/ NADH
    Step 8: ATP
    Step 9: NADH/ FADH2 (other than Glycolysis and Krebs cycle)
    Step 10: FADH2/ NADH (other than Glycolysis and Krebs cycle)
    Step 11: H2O
    Step 12: ATP

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