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    The role of oxygen molecules for aerobic respiration

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    The role of oxygen molecules required for aerobic respiration is:

    a. to accept the low energy electrons at the end of the electron transport chain
    b. to form ATP
    c. to produce CO2
    d. to store high energy electrons to pass to complex I of the electron transport chain.
    e. to accept electrons directly from either NADH or FADH2.

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