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Blog resource: http://tinyurl.com/6cu7yvh This workbook is printed for the Making ATP unit. <br />ATP<br />
Draw and annotate a molecule of ATP to show how it stores and releases energy.
List six cellular process that use ATP as a source of energy.
3.7 Cell Respiration<br />
Define cell respiration.
The ______________________ release of ________________ in the form of _____________ from _______________________________ in cells.
State the word and symbol equations for the process of cell respiration.
Word:<br />Symbol:<br />
Identify organic molecules, other than glucose, which could be used for respiration.
Identify the two components of the cell in which respiration takes place.
Distinguish between aerobic and anaerobic in terms of cell respiration.
Label the diagram of aerobic cell respiration below.
Label the diagram of anaerobic cell respiration below.
Complete the table below, comparing aerobic and anaerobic respiration.
AerobicAnaerobicHexose sugar input in both types of respirationOxygen in2 ATP producedPyruvate as an intermediate compound in both types of respirationYeastAnimalsCarbon dioxide producedWater produced<br />
Complete the table below summarizing the events of aerobic cell respiration.
ReactionLocationPurposeATP yieldGlycolysis2Matrix of the mitochondrionConvert pyruvate (3C) to acetyl CoA (2C)0Krebs CycleInner mitochondrial membraneOxidative phosphorylation<br />
Label the diagram below with the correct processes, locations and compounds:
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