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Cellular Respiration and Fermentation
Transcript of Cellular Respiration and Fermentation
By: Mr. Arata
5 December 2014
Cellular respiration and fermentation release energy from glucose (and make ATP)
(Carbon Dioxide + Water)
(Oxygen + Glucose)
(in producers and consumers)
Both are processes that
release energy from food
molecules (the 'batteries' of the cell)
Cellular respiration is '
' because it
Fermentation is '
' because it
does not require oxygen
Cellular respiration takes place in and around the mitochondria
Three step process
2. Krebs Cycle
3. Electron Transport Chain
Results: 36 molecules of ATP per glucose
When oxygen is not available, fermentation occurs
Two step process
2. Alcoholic Fermentation (in yeast) OR Lactic Acid Fermentation (in most organisms)
Results: 2 molecules of ATP per glucose
Your body can do both processes
Cellular respiration most of the time ('long-term')
Lactic acid fermentation in short bursts ('quick')
Today, you will need a pen(cil), a note guide, and seatbelt.
No PowerPoint today. Sorry.
Hope your seatbelts are fastened...
Photosynthesis takes place in the chloroplasts
Today (12/5) and Monday (12/8) - Discuss cellular respiration and fermentation
Tuesday (12/10) - Review for unit test
Wednesday (12/10) - Molecules and Cells Unit Test
Things on the unit test:
Cell Structure / Function (chapter 7)
Photosynthesis (chapter 8)
Respiration / Fermentation (chapter 9)
Cell Growth and Division (chapter 10)
Organelle labeling and coloring due Monday (12/8)
Molecules and Cells Unit Test - Wednesday (12/10)
Begin working through semester exam study guide