We think you have liked this presentation. If you wish to download it, please recommend it to your friends in any social system. Share buttons are a little bit lower. Thank you!
Presentation is loading. Please wait.
Published byGeorgiana McGee
Modified over 4 years ago
Cell Respiration is a process your cells do to make energy. You need to breathe in order for your cells to do the process of cell respiration and make energy.
When you inhale, what gas are you taking from the air?
Have you ever wondered where that oxygen goes?
From your lungs, it diffuses into your blood.
Its ultimate destination: your cells
When the oxygen-rich blood reaches your cells, oxygen diffuses across the cell membrane and into the cells.
Your cells will use the oxygen to do cell respiration and make ATP energy.
Carbon Dioxide is a waste product of cellular respiration.
So, it diffuses out of your cells and into your bloodstream.
Once it arrives at your lungs, it diffuses out of the blood and into your lungs.
Then, you exhale it.
So, the reason you breathe is in order for your cells to do cell respiration.
Are you the only thing that does cell respiration? NO! All living things do cell respiration.
Animals do cell respiration!
Plants do cell respiration!
Even bacteria do cell respiration!
So, what is cell respiration? The chemical equation for aerobic cell respiration may look familiar to you. 6 O 2 + C 6 H 12 O 6 6 CO 2 + 6 H 2 O Oxygen+Glucose Carbon Dioxide + Water
The aerobic cell respiration equation is the opposite of photosynthesis!
What are some organisms that do aerobic cell respiration? Animals (including humans) Plants
Aerobic cell respiration requires oxygen
In the process of breaking down glucose, aerobic cell respiration makes a net of 36 ATP molecules.
Remember, Cells use ATP for energy
Where in the cell does aerobic cell respiration occur? IN THE MITOCHONDRIA!
Is there another type of cell respiration? YES! Some organisms such as yeast and bacteria do anaerobic cell respiration.
What does anaerobic mean? Without oxygen
Products of anaerobic respiration include: The carbon dioxide produced is used to make bread rise The ethyl alcohol produced is used in wine and beer.
And, if you’ve ever worked out too hard and your muscles ache.. Lactic Acid Fermentation is when your muscle cells produce lactic acid through anaerobic cell respiration
Anaerobic cell respiration is less efficient It only produces a net of 2 ATP molecules
Let’s Review There are two types of cell respiration Aerobic Anaerobic
Aerobic requires oxygen The products of aerobic are carbon dioxide and water Aerobic yields 36 ATP Aerobic happens in the mitochondria of eukaryote cells
Anaerobic does not require oxygen The products of anaerobic are carbon dioxide and alcohol or lactic acid Anaerobic yields 2 ATP
Check for understanding: How are photosynthesis and respiration dependent upon each other?
N-6 Cellular Respiration
Warm ups: During photosynthesis, plants use carbon dioxide and give off ________. C6H12O6 is the chemical formula for ____________________. Photosynthesis.
ENERGY Cellular Respiration.
Respiration and Fermentation
Cellular Respiration and Fermentation
Chapter 9- Cellular Respiration A. Harvesting the Energy in Food 1. both producers and consumers undergo cellular respiration to make ATP from.
Cellular Respiration mages/Issues/2013/May/b- cells.jpg?mw=900.
Photosynthesis. How do we grow a plant? But is that all????
Cellular Respiration Do Now : Why do we need to breathe?
RESPIRATION Unit 5 - Ecology. Cellular Respiration A series of metabolic processes that take place within a cell in which biochemical energy is harvested.
Cell Energy. Energy from the sun Plants use the sun’s energy to make sugar. The sugar is called “glucose”. Glucose is stored in the plant and used by.
Cellular Respiration! a crucial exothermic reaction for all living things!
Cellular Respiration Cellular (in cell ) Respiration (with oxygen) The process of releasing energy by breaking down glucose and other food molecules in.
Respiration. To stay alive, cells need: 1.Food 2.Energy 3.To get rid of waste 4.To reproduce.
Where does the majority of the mass go from the food you eat?
CELLULAR RESPIRATION. 1. Cellular Respiration – when cells break down simple food molecules such as glucose and release the energy they contain. A molecule.
Cellular Respiration What is Cellular Respiration? Respiration is the process by which cells obtain energy from glucose. Cells break down simple food.
Cellular Respiration In cellular respiration living things release the energy stored in food molecules. Cells may use aerobic respiration (using oxygen)
DO NOW 1.What does photosynthesis produce? 2.Why are the products important? 3.Where do the ingredients needed for photosynthesis come from?
© 2020 SlidePlayer.com Inc. All rights reserved.