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Respiration

Chapter 6

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What is respiration The release of energy from food
cellular respiration takes place in the mitochondrion of a cell
aerobic respiration uses oxygen
anaerobic respiration does not use oxygen
Energy is the ability to do work
work is done when a body is moving
reactants in respiration are glucose and oxygen
products in respiration are Carbon dioxide and water
products of anaerobic respiration in fermentation are ethanol and carbon dioxide
anaerobic respiration in muscles causes lactic acid to form
respiration can be described as a biochemical process
factors which affect respiration are glucose availability, oxygen availability and temperature
an enzyme is a biological catalyst
a catalyst speeds up a chemical reaction but is not used up in the reaction
the enzyme amylase breaks down starch into maltose
organism used in respiration investigations yeast
Created by: PDervin