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Solutions to Questions in the Cellular
Respiration booklet
#1. Endergonic is any process that
requires energy while exergonic is any
process that gives off energy.
#2. glucose
#3. Movement; production of proteins;
active transport: cellular division
#4. Aerobic respiration is when oxygen
is used within the mitochondrion to
produce 36 ATP molecules and the waste
products of water and carbon dioxide.
#5. Glycolysis and the intermediate step
occur in the cytoplasm. While Krebs’s
Cycle or Citric Acid and Electron
transport chain occur in the
#6. C6H12O6 + 6O2 + 36 ADP + 36 Pi - 6CO2 + 6H2O + 36 ATP
#7. Citric acid produces 2 ATP
#8. Lost as heat
#9. ATP allows smaller amounts of
energy to be stores in molecules instead
of a larger amount.
#10. Anaerobic respiration – no oxygen
is used is it called fermentation that can
be lactic or ethyl alcohol and produces 2
ATP molecules.
#11Glucose becomes pyruvate and then
either becomes ethyl alcohol and carbon
dioxide or forms lactic acid.
#12. The glucose is not broken down
completely in anaerobic respiration
resulting in only 2 ATP while it is
completely broken down in aerobic
resulting in 36 ATP.