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Bella Nat 5

Bella Nat 5 Unit 1 KA 6 Respiration

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Where does stage 1 of aerobic respiration take place? Cytoplasm
What is the aerobic respiration word equation? Glucose + Oxygen (arrow) carbon dioxide + water + lots of ATP (38 ATP)
How many ATP molecules are produced in stage 1? 2 ATP
Is Stage 1 common to both aerobic respiration and fermentation? Yes
What are the end products of fermentation in ANIMAL cells? Lactic Acid and 2 ATP
What are the end products of fermentation in Plant cells? Ethanol + Carbon dioxide + 2ATP
What are the end products of fermentation in Yeast cells? Ethanol + Carbon dioxide + 2ATP
What are the products of stage 1 of aerobic respiration? Pyruvic Acid (Pyruvate) and 2 ATP
When does fermentation take place? When there is insufficient Oxygen or a lack of oxygen (never say no oxygen)
How many ATP molecules are produced during the complete breakdown of Glucose? Lots (38 ATP)
During aerobic Respiration some energy is lost. How is this energy lost? As Heat energy.
Why is fermentation irreversible (not reversible) in plant and yeast cells? Because carbon dioxide diffuses away
Name a process that cells need ATP for. Muscle cell contraction, cell division, protein synthesis, transmission of nerve impulses
What is the relationship between the energy demands of a cell and its number of mitochondria? The greater the energy demand the greater the number of motochondria
Where in a cell does fermentation take place? Cytoplasm
Created by: nscobie
 

 



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