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1. Cellular Respiration – when cells break down simple food molecules such as glucose and release the energy they contain. A molecule of glucose
CELLULAR RESPIRATION 2. Respiration Equation – C 6 H 12 O 6 + 6O 2 6CO 2 + 6H 2 O + Energy REACTANTS PRODUCTS Yields
CELLULAR RESPIRATION 3. Two Stages: 1) Stage 1 – Glucose molecules are broken down into smaller molecules in cytoplasm
CELLULAR RESPIRATION 2) Stage 2 – small molecules are broken down even smaller; requires oxygen; a lot of energy is released (in mitochondria)
CELLULAR RESPIRATION 4. Reactants of Respiration – Glucose and Oxygen
CELLULAR RESPIRATION 5. Products of Respiration – Carbon Dioxide and Water (they diffuse out of cell) and Energy ENERGY!
CELLULAR RESPIRATION 6. Photosynthesis vs. Respiration – Opposite cycles; together they form a cycle that keeps the levels of oxygen and carbon dioxide constant
CELLULAR RESPIRATION 7. Fermentation – An energy releasing process (like respiration) that does NOT require oxygen (there are 2 types)
CELLULAR RESPIRATION 1) Alcoholic – fermentation that occurs in yeast and single-celled bacteria; produces alcohols, carbon dioxide, and energy
CELLULAR RESPIRATION 2) Lactic Acid – fermentation that occurs when cells lack oxygen; a build up of lactic acid makes muscles feel weak
Fermentation When cells do not have enough oxygen for respiration, they use a process called fermentation!
Takes place in the cells of both plant and animals
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1. 2 Cellular Respiration Page 91 of your textbook Why does your body need food? To obtain energy rich sugar which supplies your body with glucose.
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