1.Create a concept map to describe the relationships of the following terms: glucose oxidation, glycolysis, pyruvate oxidation, citric acid cycle (=Krebs cycle), oxidative phosphorylation (=electron transfer phosphorylation), fermentation, aerobic respiration, anaerobic respiration, cellular respiration
2. Assemble examples of phosphorylation and argue for their importance in driving biochemical reactions Locate pyruvate oxidation within a eukaryotic cell, write out its chemical end-products, and diagram their connection to the citric acid cycle.
3. Diagram the electron transport chain and ATP synthesis of oxidative phosphorylation, with specific inclusion of the following terms and concepts: diffusion, active transport, H+ ions, ATP, electron carrier proteins, H2O, O2, mitochondria, intermembrane space (of mitochondria), matrix (of mitochondria), cytoplasm (of eukaryotic cell)