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Chapter 9 "Cellular Respiration"

Use this activity to review your understanding of the terms and concepts used to describe the energy releasing process of cellular respiration.

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aerobic respirationWhat name is given to the energy releasing pathways that produce energy from sugar in the presence of oxygen?
glycolysisWhat name is given to the pathway that splits glucose into two pyruvic acid molecules?
alcoholic fermentationWhich type of anaerobic respiration is carried out by yeast?
lactic acid fermentationWhich type of anaerobic respiration is carried out by your muscle cells?
electron transportWhat pathway is used to capture the energy from high energy hydrogen atoms?
2 ATPHow many ATP are produced “directly” from one molecule of glucose as it passes through the Krebs Cycle?
matrixIn what part of the mitochondria are the enzymes of Krebs Cycle found?
NADH and FADHWhat are the high energy compounds that carry hydrogen from Krebs cycle to the electron transport chain?
ATP synthaseWhat is the name of the enzyme that forms ATP during the process of electron transport?
anaerobic respirationWhat name is given to the energy releasing pathways that produce energy from sugar in the absence of oxygen?
alcohol and carbon dioxideWhat are the products of alcoholic fermentation?
lactic acidWhat are the products of lactic acid fermentation?
carbon dioxide and waterWhat are the products of aerobic respiration?
cristaeIn what part of the mitochondria are the proteins of electron transport found?
Krebs cycleWhat pathway of aerobic respiration is used to release high energy hydrogen from pyruvic acid and release carbon dioxide?
cytoplasmIn what part of the cell does glycolysis occur?
mitochondriaIn what part of the cell do the pathways of aerobic respiration occur?


Henry W. Grady High School
Atlanta

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