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CB - Respiration

Cell Biology - Topic 7 - Respiration

QuestionAnswer
Respiration is the breakdown of sugar to produce what molecule? ATP
What 2 molecules make ATP? ADP & Pi
What type of respiration requires oxygen? aerobic respiration
What type of respiration does not require oxygen? fermentation
In which part of the cell does fermentation occur? cytoplasm
In which part of the cell does most of aerobic respiration occur? mitochondria
What is the net gain of ATP during aerobic respiration? 38 ATP
What is the net gain of ATP during fermentation? 2 ATP
What type of sugar is broken down during respiration? glucose
What molecule is glucose initially broken down into? pyruvate
Apart from ATP, what 2 other molecules are produced during aerobic respiration? water & carbon dioxide
Apart from ATP, what other molecule is produced during fermentation in plants? ethanol
Apart from ATP, what other molecule is produced during fermentation in animals? lactic acid
Why is fermentation lethal to plant cells? ethanol is produced which builds up and becomes toxic to cells
Created by: StNiniansHS