Protein Synthesis and Cell Respiration Study Guide Test: 11/3 Cell Respiration: 1. What are the three stages of cell respiration? 2. In what locations do each of the stages take place? 3. What is created in each stage of cell respiration? 4. How many ATP’s are created in each stage? 5. What are the inputs and outputs of cell respiration? 6. What are the two types of respiration? a. Explain each. 7. Draw and label the complete cycle of cell respiration. Protein Synthesis: 8. What are the two process of Protein synthesis? a. Summarize them both. 9. In what locations do each of the processes take place? 10. What are the two enzymes involved, and what do they do? 11. What is DNA and what is its purpose in Protein synthesis? 12. What are the base paring rules for mRNA? 13. What are the base paring rules for DNA 14. How are DNA and RNA different? 15. What makes a complete protein? 16. Chronologically list the steps of protein synthesis in full detail. 17. Draw and label the process of protein synthesis. Test 1 Study Guide Test: 11/4 Cells: 1. What are the two types of eukaryotic cells? a. What makes them different? 2. What is an organelle? 3. List all organelles present in an animal cell. a. Name the functions of each organelle. b. Draw each organelle’s physical appearance 4. What is the purpose of a cell? DNA: 1. What is DNA? 2. What shape is it? a. Explain a DNA strands composition. 3. What is a gene? 4. What is a gene found? 5. How do genes affect the production of plants and animals? 6. How do genes affect inheritance? Metabolism: 7. What are the two types of processes involved in metabolism? 8. What is metabolism? 9. What kind of process is cell respiration? 10. What factors affect cell respiration? a. Explain the affects. 11. What is diffusion? a. Draw a diagram showing the process. 12. What is osmosis? a. Draw a diagram showing the process. 13. What are the three osmotic responses? a. Draw and label all three. Vocabulary: * All vocab words from Week3-Week 9 could be present on the test.