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Cellular Respiration

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Nick Ritchie

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Transcript of Cellular Respiration

From Food to Energy
Cellular Respiration
The
food
is turned into
energy
by a chemical process called CELLULAR RESPIRATION.
Oxygen
is combined with food to release
energy.
Cellular Respiration is the way all living things get energy out of their food.
Every living thing uses Oxygen to break
apart Glucose to release ATP.
ATP is then used by all the cells in the
body.
In conclusion, Once a living thing has food, the food is converted into energy by a process called
Cellular Respiration
The energy that living things get from their food is called Adenosine Triphosphate or
ATP
for short.
Step 1- Taking the food obtained by either photosynthesis or by eating into the cell. During the transport through the Cytoplasm the food (glucose) is broken down into smaller molecules. A small amount of ATP (energy) is released.
Here is how glucose is broken down into two pieces
in a process called Glycolysis.
Glucose
moves into the cell
Once in the cytoplasm the Glucose is broken into
two smaller pieces. This does release a
little ATP
but no Oxygen is used.
GLU-
-Cose
Step 2- During this stage the smaller Glucose molecules enter the Mitochondria. Here the Oxygen is combined with the GLU- and -COSE to release even more ATP. Waste products of water and carbon dioxide are made.
Here is how the second stage of Cellular Respiration when the GLU and COSE get broken down in the Mitochondria.
GLU- and -COSE is combined with Oxygen in the Mitochondria to produce ATP with two other waste Products.
GLU + OXYGEN Lots of
ATP
with waste
CO2
and
Water
COSE + OXYGEN Lots of
ATP
with waste
CO2
and
Water
GLU-
-COSE
Smaller molecules enter the mitochondria
Step 1-
In the Cytoplasm
Step 2-
Mitochondria
ATP
ATP
The food living things get is obtained
either by ________ or by eating.
Cellular Respiration is a 2 step process that takes
place inside most of the cells in a living thing.
Step 1- In the Cytoplasm
Step 2- In the Mitochondria
step 1
step 2
Glucose + Oxygen Carbon Dioxide + Water + ATP (energy)
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