Pre-AP Biology Cellular Respiration Test Review (LTF Test).docx - Pre-AP Biology Cellular Respiration Test Review 1 Describe the following metabolic

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Pre-AP Biology Cellular Respiration Test Review 1. Describe the following metabolic processes. Include the products and reactants for each, under what conditions they occur, what organisms they occur in, and where they occur (i.e., what organelle). Also include the total ATP that results from each process and which process forms the greatest number of ATP molecules. a. Aerobic Respiration b. Alcohol Fermentation c. Lactate Fermentation (Lactic Acid Fermentation) d. Photosynthesis 2. Which kingdoms of living things produce ATP? All living things 3. Cellular respiration requires which organelle? 4. List the energy transfer sequence that occurs in a heterotroph during cellular respiration. Glucose 2ATP NADH & FADH2 ATP Glycolysis Krebs ETC 5. Use the characteristics of cell respiration to describe the following organism: a. Living organism b. Habitat: dark, anaerobic environment c. Energy/Nutrition: heterotroph d. Cellular composition: unicellular, eukaryotic 6. State a conclusion of yeast fermentation based on sugar concentration.
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Unformatted text preview: Use data from yeast/molasses lab we performed in class. They are isotonic, not to little but not to much 7. At what sugar concentration will yeast cells produce the most ATP? Why? 40% to 60%, see 6. 8. When does fermentation in human cells occur? 9. Which phase of cellular respiration generates the most ATP? Electron transport chain 10. What is oxygen directly involved with the production of in cellular respiration? In the production of atp 11. Complete the following diagram of cellular respiration. Each box is a process in cellular respiration and the arrows represent reactants or products. Describe where in the diagram the following occur: a. Oxygen e. Citric Acid b. Glucose f. ATP c. NADH and FADH 2 g. CO 2 d. Pyruvate h. H 2 O pyruvate NADHFADH2 12. Write down the overall equations for both photosynthesis and cellular respiration. Reactants and products for each? 13. Define cellular respiration. What is the purpose of this process? ETC krebs glycolosis glucose...
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