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Cellular Respiration

What is cellular respiration? The process by which animal cells obtain energy from glucose
Explain the process of cellular respiration using steps or stages During cellular respiration, cells break down glucose and other molecules from food in the presence of oxygen, releasing energy
Where does step 1 occur? Occurs in the cytoplasm of a cell
What happens to the glucose in stage 1? Glucose is broken down into smaller molecules
Where does step 2 take place? Takes place in the mitochondria
What happens to the glucose in stage 2? The smaller molecules are broken down even more
What is released during the second stage? Releases a great deal of energy (ATP), water, and carbon dioxide
Cellular respiration equation in words? In the cytoplasm, glucose is broken down into smaller molecules, releasing small amounts of energy Stage 2: In the mitochondria, the smaller molecules react, producing carbon dioxide water and large amounts of energy
Products of cellular respiration water, carbon dioxide, and ATP
Reactants of cellular respiration glucose, Oxygen
What is fermentation? Fermentation is an energy releasing process that does not require oxygen
What are 2 ypes of fermentation? Fermentation is an energy releasing process that does not require oxygen
Where does cellular respiration take place? Mitochondria
Created by: JHayosh
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