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1 Self-Quiz 1. How does rain forest destruction contribute to global warming? 2. What does a plant need for the Calvin cycle reactions to occur? 3. What is reduced to a carbohydrate in the Calvin cycle? 4. What is regenerated in the Calvin cycle? 5. What is photorespiration? 6. What types of plants are adapted to hot, dry conditions? How? Self-Quiz 1. In glycolysis, what coenzyme is reduced? 3. What is glucose converted into by the end of glycolysis? How many? 4. How many ATP are produced by fermentation? 5. What do each of the 2 fermentation pathways produce? 6. Describe how humans use fermentation. Review of Fermentation 1 2 3 Overview: Energy Use • Ch. 8: Respiration – Preparatory reaction – Citric acid cycle – Electron transport chain – Metabolic pool Inside the Mitochondria • Powerhouses of the cell – Double membrane – Cristae – Intermembrane space – Matrix • Pyruvate from glycolysis enters – Preparatory reaction – Citric acid cycle – Electron transport chain Assignment 1 • Topic: In cellular respiration, the breakdown of one glucose molecule releases 686 kcal of energy. – The energy stored in each ATP is 7.5 kcal. How much energy is stored in all ATP (36 total)? – What is the efficiency of aerobic respiration (the energy in ATP / the energy released × 100%)? – What happens to the energy that is lost?
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