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Cellular Respiration

Cell Energy

ATP made in Aerobic Respirations 36 ATP (more Efficient)
Site of Aerobic Respiration Mitochondria
Aerobic Respiration Completely breaks down glucose
What organisms undergo aerobic respiration? Animals
Aerobic With Oxygen
Anaerobic Without Oxygen
2 types of Anaerobic Respiration Lactic acid fermentation and alcoholic fermentation
Anaerobic Respiration Does not completely break down glucose
ATP made in Anaerobic Respiration 2 ATP (less efficient)
Site of Anaerobic Respiration Cytoplasm
What organisms undergo anaerobic respiration? Bacteria, yeast
Cellular Respiration Reactants Glucose and Oxygen
Cellular Respiration Products ATP, Water and Carbon Dioxide
Flow of energy in plants Sun ----> Photosynthesis ----> Glucose ----> Cellular Respiration ----> ATP
Created by: brigettshea