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03/26/10 BSC 1010- 25977 Fri Prof Ghonaim Lab Report- Cellular Respiration and Fermentation Review Questions from Lab Manual 1. Aerobic - this term refers to cellular respiration. The term aerobic means “utilizing oxygen” to something's advantage. Cellular respiration is a very efficient way for all types of living cells to make their own energy. Cells use cellular respiration as a metabolic process to take chemical energy from certain food sources found in an ATP form. This process happens in the mitochondria and has only three stages. These stages are known as glycolysis, electron transport, and the citric acid cycle. Anaerobic - This term on the other hand is the opposite aerobic. Instead of using oxygen, anaerobic is without oxygen. Fermentation is known to be anaerobic or without oxygen. During this process an organism is able to make energy that can later be used. The only difference is that no oxygen is presenting this process. In other words it is respiration without oxygen.
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Substrate - a substrate is a molecule upon which an enzyme acts. All enzymes get chemical reactions from the substrates. The substrate binds with the enzyme active site, and an
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This note was uploaded on 09/21/2011 for the course BIOLOGY 1010 taught by Professor Febres during the Spring '10 term at Valencia.

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