Biology Chapter 10

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Where are the proteins of the electron transport chain located?

A) cytosol

B) mitochondrial outer membrane

C) mitochondrial inner membrane

D) mitochondrial intermembrane space

E) mitochondrial matrix



Answer:

C) mitochondrial inner membrane



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