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Topic 2 The Cell Systems Lesson 6 Cellular Respiration

What is cellular respiration? the process in which oxygen and glucose are broken down to release energy
What are the reactants of cellular respiration? glucose and oxygen
What are the products of cellular respiration? carbon dioxide, water and ATP (energy)
What is the role of mitochondria during cellualr respiration? it creates large amounts of energy
Explain how its structure helps the mitochondria? its folds provide larger surface area, so that more chemical reactions can occur
Compare photosynthesis and cellular respiration. opposite processes; one cycles into the next; only plants use photosynthesis; all organisms use cellular respiration
What is fermentation? it is the release of energy without oxygen
Where is alcoholic fermentation seen? in live yeast cells and other unicellular organisms
What is lactic acid fermentation? it is when your body breaks down glucose without the use of oxygen
Created by: carlsond