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Cellular Respiration

TermDefinition
glycolysis the first step of cellular respiration that breaks down the glucose molecule in the cytoplasm
ATP energy
aerobic and anaerobic the two types of cellular respiration
alcoholic and lactic acid the two types of fermentation
alcoholic fermentation done by yeasts and bacteria to produce ethyl alcohol, carbon dioxide, and 2 ATP
36 ATP the total ATP produced from cellular (aerobic) respiration
aerobic respiration the type of cellular respiration that requires oxygen
anaerobic respiration the type of cellular respiration that does NOT require oxygen
mitochondria the site of cellular respiration to produce ENERGY
glycolysis, Kreb cycle, and electron transport chain Steps of aerobic respiration
glycolysis and fermentation steps of anaerobic respiration
cellular respiration the breakdown of glucose to produce energy
autotrophs and heterotrophs type of organism(s) that do cellular respiration
autotrophs only type of organism that can do photosynthesis
heterotrophs the organism can ONLY do cellular respiration
carbon dioxide, water, and ATP products of cellular respiration
oxygen and glucose reactants of cellular respiration
lactic acid fermentation that produces muscle soreness
chloroplast site of photosynthesis
Kreb Cycle the second step of cellular respiration that makes 2 ATP and carbon dioxide
Electron Transport Chain the third step of cellular respiration that makes 34 ATP molecules
Created by: JMHSBIO