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Respiration

Nat5 Unit 1 Section 8 DHS

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The high energy molecule formed during respiration. ATP
When oxygen is present; this is the total number of high energy molecules produced by the second chemical reaction of respiration. 36
The number of high energy molecules produced by the first stage of respiration. 2
When oxygen is present; this is the total number of high energy molecules produced by the breakdown of a glucose molecule by respiration. 38
When oxygen is not present; this is the total number of high energy molecules produced by the breakdown of a glucose molecule by respiration. 2
These substances are required to increase the rate of the chemical reactions which take place during respiration. Enzymes
This liquid is produced by plants and yeast during respiration without oxygen. Alcohol/ Ethanol
This type of respiration needs oxygen. Aerobic respiration
When oxygen is present; the second stage of respiration takes place in these cell structures Mitochondria
This is the name of the first stage of respiration. Glycolysis
This type of respiration occurs when oxygen is not present. Anaerobic respiration
This piece of equipment is used to measure the rate at which an organism is carrying out respiration. Respirometer
This substance joins to a phosphate molecule to form the high energy molecule made during respiration. ADP
This substance is broken down during the first stage of respiration. Glucose
In plants and yeast; this is an alternative term used to describe respiration without oxygen. Fermentation
The first stage of respiration takes place in this cell structure. Cytoplasm
In the first stage of respiration; this substance is made by the breakdown of glucose . Pyruvate/ Pyruvic Acid
In animals; this acid is formed in the second stage of respiration when oxygen is not present. Lactic acid
This gas is formed during respiration. Carbon Dioxide
This gas is combined with pyruvate during the second stage of aerobic respiration. Oxygen
These substances are formed by the breakdown of ATP. ADP + Pi
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