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Cellular Respiration

Unit 4

What is cellular respiration? Process of breaking down glucose to get energy (ATP) out
What are the two types of cellular respiration? Aerobic and Anaerobic
What is aerobic respiration? Requires oxygen, more efficient, produces 36 ATP, done by BOTH plants and animals
What is anaerobic respiration? Doesn't require oxygen, is less efficient, produces 2 ATP, done by BOTH animals and bacteria
What are the two types of anaerobic respiration? Alcoholic Fermentation and Lactic Acid Fermentation
What is fermentation? Anaerobic Respiration
Where does aerobic respiration occur in the cell? In the mitochondria
What are the reactants (what goes in) to cellular respiration? Oxygen (O2) and Glucose (C6H12O6)
What are the products (what comes out) of cellular respiration? Carbon dioxide (CO2) and Water (H2O)
Why is the inner membrane (cristae) of the mitochondria folded? To increase surface area to make more ATP
Created by: jafulle3