Muscle cells under heavy load can produce some ATP using lactic acid fermentation.  Which statement below about the process is true? There is no oxygen being supplied to the cell during this time Lactic acid fermentation replaces aerobic respiration Lactic acid fermentation happens alongside aerobic respiration Lactic acid fermentation takes place after alcohol fermentation is completed Lactic acid fermentation is able to produce 6 ATP per molecule of glucose

Question
  1. Muscle cells under heavy load can produce some ATP using lactic acid fermentation.  Which statement below about the process is true?
    1. There is no oxygen being supplied to the cell during this time
    2. Lactic acid fermentation replaces aerobic respiration
    3. Lactic acid fermentation happens alongside aerobic respiration
    4. Lactic acid fermentation takes place after alcohol fermentation is completed
    5. Lactic acid fermentation is able to produce 6 ATP per molecule of glucose

Expert Answer

Want to see the step-by-step answer?

Check out a sample Q&A here.

Want to see this answer and more?

Experts are waiting 24/7 to provide step-by-step solutions in as fast as 30 minutes!*

*Response times may vary by subject and question complexity. Median response time is 34 minutes for paid subscribers and may be longer for promotional offers.
Tagged in
Science
Biology

Related Biology Q&A

Find answers to questions asked by students like you.

Q: The Calvin cycle operates during which part of photosynthesis?a. only the light-dependent phaseb. on...

A: The Calvin cycle, the biosynthetic phase of photosynthesis, refers to the chemical reactions that co...

Q: Discuss evidence that the genetic code is almostuniversal, and cite some exceptions.

A: Genetic code is defined as a set of rules that decodes the information from DNA into a protein. A ge...

Q: Could anaerobes and aerobes coexist in the same habitat? Why orwhy not?

A: Aerobes or aerobic microorganisms are those organisms that need oxygen as the final electron accepto...

Q: Common laxatives and their mechanism of action include:A. Osmotic agents, such as bulking agents or ...

A: Bowel disorders are the condition of the gastrointestinal tract which gets disturbed due to various ...

Q: You are studying mutations in a bacterial gene thatcodes for an enzyme whose amino acid sequence isk...

A: A rapid change in the sequence of DNA (deoxyribonucleic acid) due to physical or chemical factors is...

Q: The Ames test uses the reversion rate (His− to His+)to test compounds for mutagenicity.a. Is it poss...

A: Ames test screens for chemicals that induce mutations in bacterial cells. This test examines if a pa...

Q: Explain what is meant by microbiota and microbiome and summarizetheir importance to humans.

A: Microorganisms inhabit various organisms called hosts. The microorganisms are thought to spread dise...

Q: Describe and give an example of how evolutionary and ecological processes drive biodiversity.

A: Biodiversity is defined as amount of variety between different plants, animals and other species, th...

Q: Describe the process of retinal transduction. How are visual cues perceived at the cellular level?

A: Retina refers to the tissue layer present at the back of the inside of the eye. It contains rod cell...

Q: Explain how DNA technology can be used to treat geneticdiseases.

A: Genetic disease refers to illness that result due to defects in the gene, leading to malfunction or ...

Q: Given the Starling forces that can promote movement, list three organs that need to be evaluated bec...

A: The starling forces are named after British physiologist Ernest Starling. They describe the movement...

Q: Please help me answer this question

A: A compound of hydrogen and carbon, such as any of those which are the chief components of petroleum ...

Q: Why does the total of ATPs generated differ between bacteria andmany eukaryotes?

A: ATP molecules are produced from cellular respiration by the process of substrate-level phosphorylati...

Q: Rule of Segregation Only one gene of the two alleles that you have is put into each gamete that you ...

A: Every living organism has chromosomes. In most of the cases, two sets of chromosomes are present. Th...

Q: Which of the following is present in prokaryotes but not eukaryotes?a. exonsb. polyribosomesc. splic...

A: A cell is the fundamental unit of life. All living organisms are made up of one or many cells. The o...

Q: Nine rII− mutants of bacteriophage T4 were used inpairwise infections of E. coli K(λ) hosts. Six of ...

A: Sudden heritable changes that occur in the nucleotide sequence of the genome of an organism resultin...

Q: Which of the following DNA sequences would have the highest melting temperature? CGGAGCTCC AAGTCA...

A: Deoxy ribonucleic acid (DNA) is the genetic material for most organisms that carry coded genetic inf...

Q: Examine the limitations of pedigree analysis inproviding the information needed for positional cloni...

A: Positional cloning is a method used to determine the gene mutations that lead to the development of ...

Q: does Neisseria Gonorrhoeae form spores?

A: Some bacterial cells produce endospores that are dormant structures capable of withstanding extreme ...

Q: Name the types of chemical makeup possible for hormones and the types of hormone receptos.

A: Hormones are nothing but body’s chemical messengers. They are present travelling in the bloodstream....

Q: . List the steps in mRNA formation that occur ineukaryotes but not in prokaryotes.

A: mRNA, messenger RNA is a single stranded genetic material which transfers the genetic material from ...

Q: Which of the following is a function of parathyroid hormone? (Select ALL correct answers)     ...

A: Parathyroid gland:   Glands produce PTH i.e. parathyroid hormone. This gland is located in the neck....

Q: Pines and other plants that grow in very cold climates have sunken stomata just like the plants of t...

A: Pine scientific name is Pinus. It belongs to family Pinaceae. It is mostly found in the northern hem...

Q: . Mutations in an autosomal gene in humans cause aform of hemophilia called von Willebrand disease(v...

A: It is given that von Willebrand disease (vWD) is a form of haemophilia and caused by mutations in an...

Q: What are the treatments of addiction?

A: Addiction is a complex condition, a brain disease that is manifested by compulsive substance use des...

Q: 2

A: Alleles are responsible for the expression of the characters. Progeny gets alleles from both of its ...

Q: Explain the differences between communicable and noncommunicableinfectious diseases, and between (di...

A: Based on the way of transmission of diseases, the diseases are classified various types. Based on co...

Q: What is the most likely source of the botulism bacteria that grew inthe prison wine?a. fruitb. airc....

A: Botulism bacteria is also known as  Clostridium botulinum. It is found in soil and untreated water t...

Q: Changes in chromatin packing correlate with changes in gene expression in most cells.  Why do you th...

A: The chromosomes resemble a mass of extremely fine tangled string called chromatin, consisting of DNA...

Q: Why have attempts to find a vaccine against HIV been unsuccessful?

A: The causative agent of AIDS is a human immunodeficiency virus (HIV). HIV is a spherical-shaped virus...

Q: The mitotic cell divisions in the early embryo ofD. melanogaster occur very rapidly (every eightminu...

A: Cell division is a natural process in which a parent cell divides into two daughter cells. Cell cycl...

Q: What difference exists between the compaction of chromosomes during metaphase and interphase? Give a...

A: Chromosome compaction is an event that occurs in both mitosis and meiosis. It is the shortening of c...

Q: You have identified a SNP marker that in one largefamily shows no recombination with the locus causi...

A: An SNP (Single nucleotide polymorphism) marker has been identified that shows no recombination proce...

Q: Recently, scientists constructed a transgene that expresses a mutant form of Drosophila histone H3 i...

A: Histones are the alkaline proteins present in the nucleus of the eukaryotic cells. They remain bound...