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aerobic respiration process to convert glucose into energy called: adenosine triphosphate (ATP), and then releases waste products
alcoholic fermentation – anaerobic respiration which does not require oxygen; involves the breaking down of glucose into ethanol.
anaerobic respiration the process of generating energy without oxygen.
ATP considered as the universal energy for metabolism.
chemosynthesis synthesis of organic compounds by energy derived from chemicals.
lactic acid fermentation anaerobic process that produces lactic acid in the presence of limited oxygen causing the muscles to cramp.
photosynthesis process by which plants use light energy to produce glucose
products substance formed as a result of a chemical reaction.
reactants substance that is the starting material in a chemical reaction.
yeast unicellular and is used in anaerobic fermentation
Created by: nbctbio