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Biology Midterm #3

Unit 4

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aerobic respiration requires oxygen; yields (MORE OR LESS) ATP per molecule of sugar than anaerobic respiration
aerobic respiration equation Glucose + Oxygen > > > ATP + Carbon Dioxide + Water
Lactic Acid produced by humans when forced to get energy from anaerobic respiration; causes muscles to tire, feel "the burn, soreness, fatigue, cramps
stomates small openings in the leaves of plants; they allow for the exchange of gas into and out of the leaf
guard cells surround stomates and control their opening and closing
photosynthesis equation CO2 + H2O + Light >>> Glucose + Oxygen
chromatography technique used to separate parts of a mixture
Opposite of Cellular Respiration Photosynthesis
Opposite of Photosynthesis Cellular Respiration
ATP cell's energy; LABEL ON A DIAGRAM ("X")
oxygen product of photosynthesis (gas released into the environment)
mitochondria where aerobic respiration in a cell occurs; BE ABLE TO LABEL A DIAGRAM OF THIS CELL PART
Glucose and Oxygen raw materials needed for cellular respiration to occur
G O >>> E C W cellular respiration
E C W >>> G O photosynthesis
Created by: robinlh74