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Fermentation
-alcohol in plants
-Lactic acid/lactate in animals
Glycolysis
1st step in both aerobic and anaerobic respiration
Gylco = sugar
lysis = break
Glucose is broken down into 2 pyruvic acids
Pyruvic acid is also called pyruvate
If Oxygen is present then aerobic respiration occurs
If no Oxygen is present fermentation occurs
Anaerobic Respiration
occurs after glycolysis when no oxygen is present
also called fermentation
Produces less ATP than aerobic
Two types
Alcohol fermentation in plants
Lactic Acid fermentation in animals
Aerobic Respiration
Occurs after glycolysis if oxygen is present
Two steps:
Kreb's cycle
also called citric acid cycle
releases carbon dioxide
Electron Transport Chain
produces the most ATP
Homework
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Cellular respiration involves aerobic (glycolysis) and anaerobic respiration.

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That is why you should talk to your plants.
Cellular Respiration Equation
Sugar and oxygen are changed into water, carbon dioxide and energy in the form of ATP
Steps in Respiration
Aerobic Respiration
(Oxygen present)
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Cellular respiration is the process of breaking down food molecules to obtain energy and store it in the form of adenosine triphosphate (ATP) molecules.

Plant cells, after creating sugar molecules through photosynthesis, undergo cellular respiration to create ATP molecules.

Cellular respiration takes place in the cytoplasm and mitochondria of the cell.
Cellular respiration involves using that chemical energy and breaking it down to release energy.

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Living cells obtain the products of photosynthesis (sugar molecules) and undergo cellular respiration to produce ATP molecules.

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