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Transcript of Cellular Respiration
- Cellular respiration is also important to living things because all of your body cells need oxygen to work
- Cellular respiration provides living things with the essential energy to perform work Mitchell Bias, Jessica Yuan, Josh Ayad, David Mai, Sruthi Paspunoori, Rebekah Chappell, and Avalon Jones Cellular Respiration, Group 2,
Period: 3 First Step A plant takes in oxygen from air and then takes glucose that it had already made from photosynthesis. Both the glucose and the oxygen are transferred into the cytoplasm of the plant cell. Breaking Down Glucose Glucose is transferred from the cytoplasm to the inner membrane of the mitochondria. The mitochondria breaks down the glucose into pyruvate acid which is then broken into ATP, or energy currency in a cell. The next few steps will show how this happens. Last Step ATP (adenosine Triphosphate) is the energy
currency of the cell. In order for the plant to get the energy it needs, phosphate groups need to be removed by hydrolysis, the breaking down of something by inserting water molecules in its bonds. There are three phosphate groups, given the name TRIphosphate, that need to be removed to release this energy. Second Step In the inner membrane of the mitochondria there is the matrix where pyruvate acid is catalyzed, oxidized, and goes through several other processes forming ATP.
During the glycolysis process no oxygen is used and 2 ATP are gained. What Causes Cellular Respiration? ATP (adenosine Triphosphate) is the energy
currency of the cell. In order for the plant to get the energy it needs, phosphate groups need to be removed by hydrolysis, the breaking down of something by inserting water molecules in its bonds. There are three phosphate groups, given the name TRIphosphate, that need to be removed to release this energy. Respiration Formula The formula for cellular is glucose (C6H12O6)
plus 6O2 equals 6CO2, 6H2O, and energy. This
doesn't just happen like that though. The rest
of this presentation will explain how this formula plays out At a Glimpse... Oxygen enters the plant through the stomata in it's leaves. In order for the glucose that it already made to be broken down it needs the oxygen to help break it down. In the end the energy is released from the cell and carbon dioxide and water are diffused out of the cell.