Campbell Biology Ch 9

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During aerobic cellular respiration, a proton gradient in mitochondria is generated by ________ and used primarily for ________.

A) the electron transport chain; ATP synthesis

B) the electron transport chain; substrate-level phosphorylation

C) glycolysis; production of H2O

D) fermentation; NAD+ reduction

E) diffusion of protons; ATP synthesis

Answer:
A) the electron transport chain; ATP synthesis

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