Respiration Worksheet A

# Respiration Worksheet A - UNIT 9 WORKSHEET

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Unformatted text preview: UNIT 9 WORKSHEET    1.  Below is a table showing the different rates of oxygen consumption exhibited by  various organisms:    A n im a l S h re w K a n g a ro o m o u se R at D og M an E le p h a n t F e n c e L iz a rd B anded gecko m l O 2 /g /h 7 .4 1 .8 0 .8 7 0 .3 3 0 .2 1 0 .0 7 0 .2 5 0 .1 5   Based off this data, what approximate range would you expect to find the rate of  oxygen consumption for a rat?   Did your actual results coincide with this  approximation?            2.  Pellets were placed at the bottom of the respiration chamber.  These pellets were  made of what compound?  What purpose did they serve?            3.  You measure the amount of time that it takes a 30 g mouse to inhale 2 ml of  oxygen, and find it to be ninety seconds.  Please calculate the rate of respiration  based off of this information.                            4.  What does the term germination mean?          5.  At the end of your pea experiment, what colors did you expect to see for each set  of peas?  Why?                    6.  What do these different colors mean in terms of the product being produced or  not being produced in each scenario?                  7.  The experiment that you performed with yeast tested what kind of cellular  process?        8.  You have three tubes containing solutions of 0%, 20% glucose and 20% sucrose.   You place yeast in these tubes and allow them to incubate for 30 minutes.  At the  end of the time you remove the tubes from the incubator.  Please describe what you  would expect to see in each tube in regards to products produced, the relative  amount of products produced from tube to tube (i.e. this tube would contain more  than this tube), and why you believe you would obtain these results.                    9.  Please draw out the general equation for respiration that shows products and  reactants on each side of the equation (You don’t have to give exact amounts of  each produced).  Which of these products and reactants did we measure in our  experiments?  ...
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## This note was uploaded on 01/06/2012 for the course BIOL 1406 taught by Professor Markgarcia during the Fall '11 term at Collins.

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