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C.R.

Review of Cellular Respiration

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A series of reactions in which glucose is "burned" with oxygen to release ENERGY to be stored for life activities cellular respiration
What are the reactants (ingredients) of cellular respiration? oxygen and glucose
What are the products of cellular respiration? energy (ATP), carbon dioxide and water
Where is your body does respiration occur? In the mitochondria of all cells.
How does ventilation (breathing) relate to cellular respiration? Inhalation delivers oxygen to the body, which can be used for respiration. The waste carbon dioxide produced by the body during respiration is expelled during exhalation.
what is ATP? a small molecule produced by cellular respiration that acts as energy currency for the cell
How do plants use energy from ATP? transporting substances and building new molecules (results in growth/development)
How do animals use energy from ATP? muscle movement, nerve impulses, body heat (some) and build new molecules (results in growth/development)
what is fermentation? The type of cellular respiration that happens in yeast. It does not use oxygen to break down the glucose.
What does fermentation produce? alcohol and carbon dioxide
Created by: jenhaugen01