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# Watch this video and then use the figure below to answer the question

Watch this video and then use the figure below to answer the questions.

Part A

Match each component of the electron transport chain with its description.

Drag the terms on the left to the appropriate blanks on the right to complete the sentences.

## Solutions

##### Expert Solution

The electron transport chain is the terminal step of aerobic respiration.
Location: Inner mitochondrial membrane in eukaryotes and Mesosome in prokaryotes

1. UBIQUINONE is a non-protein organic electron carrier within the electron transport chain.

2. MOLECULAR OXYGEN (O2) is the terminal electron acceptor of the electron transport chain.

3. Fe-S is a prosthetic group present in several components of the electron transport chain.

4. NADH donates electrons to the electron transport chain

5. COMPLEX-III is a multi-protein complex within the electron transport chain.

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