Cellular Respiration Cellular (in cell ) Respiration (with oxygen) The process of releasing energy by breaking down glucose and other food molecules in.

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Cellular Respiration Cellular (in cell ) Respiration (with oxygen) The process of releasing energy by breaking down glucose and other food molecules in the presence of oxygen. Occurs in the cell and involves the mitochondria Slide 2 How does digested food leave your digestive system to be used in your cells? Slide 3 Review When we eat food _____mers that are digested into smaller ____________. The monomers are diffused through out the body to be used where needed or stored. Slide 4 Slide 5 We digest food and release its energy at our mitochondria. That process uses glucose we ate and oxygen that we inhaled and makes CO 2 and H 2 O that we exhale as waste. Slide 6 As CO2 builds up what process causes CO2 to leave our cells go to our blood leave our blood & go into our lungs where it is exhaled? Slide 7 Cellular respiration uses oxygen that we inhaled that then diffuses ATP throughout the body to the cells. The CO 2 waste diffuses out of the body via the lungs Slide 8 Cellular (in cell ) Respiration (with oxygen) Plant & animal cells use sugar & oxygen to release energy. Cellular Respiration happens at the cells mitochondrion. Slide 9 The mitochondria put together the reactants, oxygen & sugar, and make the products carbon dioxide, water, and energy (ATP). Reactants are substances that make new products when put together. Products are what is made when reactants react. Slide 10 1.Aerobic respiration uses oxygen-releases energy, carbon dioxide, and water. (what you are doing right now!) 2.Anaerobic respiration occurs when oxygen is NOT present this is referred to as fermentation (when you cant catch your breath) 2 Types of fermentation 1. Lactic acid formation- damages muscles 2. fermentation yeast forms alcohol 2 Categories of cellular respiration Slide 11 Use notes to fill in Cellular Respiration section. Photosynthesis (Aerobic) Cellular Respiration Function Location Reactant Product Equation Slide 12 PhotosynthesisCellular Respiration FunctionEnergy released LocationMitochondria ReactantC 6 H 12 O 6 + O 2 Sugar + oxygen ProductCO2 + H2O Carbon dioxide + water EquationC 6 H 12 O 6 + 6O 2 CO 2 +6H 2 O and ATP energy

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