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Transcript of cellular respiration
Jonathan C 1g. cellular respiration occurs in the mitochondria Standard : Cellular Respiration is when there's a combination
of organic compounds that occur in the cell, to produce
energy for cellular process.
Think cellular respiration as air going in and out of
6O2 + C6H12O6 6CO2 + 6H2O + ATP
Cellular Respiration works in 2 ways: What is Cellular Respiration? The following are organs/organelles that involve
with cellular respiration:
3 Heart What organs/organelles involve with Cellular Respiration? The Mitochondria is an organelle in the cytoplasm of cells that creates energy. The power house of the cell; acts like the digestive system because it takes nutrients , breaks them down and creates cellular respiration.
How is ti used in cellular respiration?
The matrix use proteins; take food molecules and combines them with oxygen.
Once oxygen is added, it breaks down the material, to keep the cell full of energy. The Mitochondria 1 The equation for cellular respiration is the revers equation of the photosynthesis equation.
2 Cellular Respiration is aerobic, this means it needs oxygen to work.
3 ATP/Energy is use to make us live every single day.
4 The Krebs Cycle is happening in your mitochondria right now.
5 The Mitochondria is constantly dividing and changing shape. Fun Facts: This is where cellular respiration occurs.
It was discovered by a German biochemist. In the Krebs Cycle, the products that are release are carbon dioxide and ATP.
ATP(Energy)-Adenosine Triphosphate; it's important because it delivers energy wherever the energy is needed in the cell.
Without ATP, the cell won't have it's needed energy and then it will die. The Krebs Cycle Lets Play A Game!!! Test Your Air! 1.“Mitochondria - Turning on the Powerhouse” Biology4kids.com. Cell Structure, 1997-
2012. Cell Structure. Web. 5 Sept. 2012
2.“Cellular Respiration, ATP” dictionary.com, 2012. Dictionary. Web. 5 Sept. 2012
3.“Mitochondria” biology.about.com, 2012; The New York Times; Web. 5 Sept. 2012
4. "What is the Krebs Cycle?" wisegeek .com, 2003-12; wise GEEK; Web. 9 Sept. 2012
5.“Asthma Drug Shown to Stunt Growth." WebMD. WebMD, 4 Sept 2012. Web. 6 Sep 2012.
6.Reuters,."Worldwide smoking habit is 'alarming,' study says." Foxnew.com. FOX News Network, 17 Aug 2012. Web. 6 Sep 2012.
7.PARR , Brian. "Exercise and academic performance." aikenstandard.com. Aiken Standard, 9 Sept 2012. Web. 10 Sep 2012. Where we got our Air. What!!!!!!!! Aerobic respiration works or activates when
oxygen is present. So what happens here is that molecules are broken down to obtain energy. In aerobic respiration, molecules that are used in the cell are either amino acids or glucose.
AR is a high energy process. During this process about 38 molecules of ATP are made.
Glucose + Oxygen Energy + Carbon dioxide + Water The first type of respiration is Aerobic: Anaerobic respiration is a special type of respiration, because this type of respiration does not need oxygen to work.
During anaerobic res. 2 molecules of ATP are made for each molecule of glucose.
Less energy is required for this type.
Glucose (Broken down to) Energy (ATP) + Ethanol + Carbon dioxide (CO2) The second type of respiration is anaerobic: The Cycle works by creating compounds out of carbon then by going to a series of changes to create energy. This only happens in cells that require oxygen. Ethanol: alcohol. “Children with asthma who take inhaled steroids end up slightly shorter than their peers when they grow up, a government-funded study shows.Inhaled steroids are known to slow growth in children during the first years of use, but the long-term impact of inhaled steroids on height was unknown until now.” Asthma Drug Shown to Stunt Growth This relates to cellular respiration because asthma is the most common respiratory disorder. It causes lack of oxygen and leads to problems breathing, wheezing, coughing, and chest tightness. It is caused because of caused by a combination of genetic and environmental factors such as pollution, dust, and pollen. Why it matters? Worldwide smoking habit is 'alarming,' study says
"With an estimated 301 million tobacco users, China has more than any other country, closely followed by India with almost 275 million. Other countries included in the study were Bangladesh, Mexico, Philippines, Thailand, Turkey, Ukraine, Uruguay and Vietnam. The researchers said the rise in tobacco use among young women was of particular concern."
Smoking causes lung cancer, often fatal, and other chronic respiratory diseases. It is also a major risk factor for cardiovascular diseases, the world's number one killer. It also reconnects with the previous article about asthma. Why it matters?
"Regardless of age, regular exercise has been shown to improve health and reduce the risk of common diseases from cancer to the flu. In children physical activity builds bone and muscle strength, helps maintain a healthy body weight, improves self-esteem and reduces stress and anxiety. It also turns out that kids who get regular activity do better in school." Exercise and academic performance Exercise is an important part of life.Cellular respiration increases because of exercise and it is affected by both asthma and smoking. Why it matters?