The energy-releasing process in which the substrate is oxidised without an external

The Energyreleasing Process In Which The Substrate Is Oxidised Without Biology Question

The energy-releasing process in which the substrate is oxidised without an external electron acceptor is called

Options

(a) fermentation
(b) photorespiration
(c) aerobic respiration
(d) glycolysis

Correct Answer:

glycolysis

Explanation:

Glycolysis takes place in all body cells and is of two types-
(a) Anaerobic glycolysis-From glycogen or glucose to lactic acid in muscles.
(b) Anaerobic glycolysis-From glycogen or glucose to pyruvic acid (all cells of body)

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Question Type: Memory (964)
Difficulty Level: Easy (1008)
Topics: Photosynthesis and Plant Growth (26)
Subject: Biology (4253)

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