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Cellular Respiration Review
You may use your notes on the test. Whether or not you use them you will turn them in with your test on Wed.
Cellular resp. releases energy by…A. Breaking down food molecules B. Breaking down ATP C. Breaking down CO2 Answer is: Food molecules are broken down to provide your cells with energy.
Know the 3 parts of Cellular Respiration (The precursor & its 2 stages)
The 3 parts are… First comes… Glycolysis Second… Krebs Cycle Third…Electron Transport Chain
Krebs Cycle Starts with pyruvate Produces NAD+ (p. 210)
Know: e- transport chainOccurs where? Mitochondria, (in the inner membrane.)
Where does Glycolysis occur?*In the Cytoplasm What does it begin with? *Glucose
Glycolysis produces how many ATPs? (net production)2
Know the equation for cellular respiration.C6H12O6 + 6O Energy + 6H2O + 6CO2 (Balanced)
Know that the electron carrier in cellular respiration is:
What is the final product of lactic acid fermentation?
What kind of cells does Lactic Acid Fermentation mainly occur in?Muscle cells
During Lactic Acid Ferm.NAD+ is recycled so that ______GLYCOLYSIS____ can continue. Hint: This produces 2 ATPs.
What are the final products of alcoholic fermentation?
Used to make beer, wine, alcoholic beverages.CO2 Ethanol Used to make beer, wine, alcoholic beverages.
How many ATPs are formed from glycolysis + cellular respiration?
In Cellular Respiration1 Molecule of glucose yields how many ATPs? 36 This is glycolysis + cellular resp.
If no oxygen is present the cell will go through…
*AEROBIC means: Uses OXYGEN *ANAEROBIC means: Uses NO OXYGEN
Cellular Respiration usesOxygen Cells that don’t use oxygen / don’t go through c.r. , are anaerobic bacteria Can cause food poisoning
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Chemical Pathways. Cellular Respiration Cellular respiration is the process that releases ___________ by breaking down glucose and other food molecules.
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