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Cell Processes

Chapter 2 lesson 4

QuestionAnswer
The products of photosynthesis Glucose and Oxygen
The products of cellular respiration ATP, carbon dioxide, and water
How do cells obtain energy when oxygen levels are low? fermentation
fermentation energy is obtained from food when oxygen levels are low
what do muscle cells produce when oxygen levels are low? lactic acid and ATP
What is ATP? ATP is a usable form of energy for the cell.
Where does fermentation take place? Cytoplasm of bacteria, fungi, and animal cells
Where does Cellular Respiration take place in the cell? mitochondrion
What is an example of aerobic respiration? cellular respiration
what are the reactants of cellular respiration? glucose and oxygen
What are the reactants of photosynthesis? carbon dioxide and water
Where do smaller molecules of glucose and oxygen combine to create ATP, water, and carbon dioxide? mitochondrion
when your muscles are over used, they run low on ________________ when creating ATP. oxygen
waste product of photosynthesis oxygen
a waste product of alcohol fermentation carbon dioxide and alcohol
What are reactants of cellular respiration? glucose and oxygen
What is an example anaerobic respiration? fermentation
cheese, yogurt, and sour cream are examples fermentation lactic acid fermentation
What is a description of aerobic respiration? glucose and oxygen are convert into ATP; oxygen must be present
What is a description of anaerobic respiration? glucose is converted into ATP, energy for the cell; oxygen levels are low or not present