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junior science chapter 7

Name two products of respiration Water and Carbon Dioxide
The release of energy from food is called Respiration
Respiration occurs so as we get Energy
To test for carbon dioxide use Limewater
If carbon dioxide is present limewater changes from clear to Milky White
Some energy does not go to cells it is lost as Heat
Aerobic respiration requires Oxygen
Work is done When a body is moving
chemical energy keeps the atoms in a molecule bound together
anaerobic respiration occurs in the absence of oxygen
fermentation is a process which occurs in yeast
anaerobic respiration in animals forms lactic acid
Respiration is described as a chemical process as new products are made
respiration is described as a biological process as it occurs in living things
Biochemical reactions are both chemical and biological
anaerobic respiration takes place in the cytoplasm of the cell
aerobic respiration takes place in this organelle mitochondrion
these factors affect the rate of respiration availability of glucose and oxygen Temperature
biochemical processes are controlled by enzymes
during an investigation on yeast how would you know it is respiring bubbles of carbon dioxide are produced
Created by: PDervin