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Aim- How can we figure out the function of X Structure X only in aerobic organisms found in cells numerous in muscle and sperm cells Aerobic organisms- need oxygen to live Anaerobic organisms- do not need oxygen to survive cellular respiration? reactants/products cellular respiration is the release of energy from food oxidation C H O + 6O becomes 6CO+ 6H O+ ATP ENERGY cellular respiration is taken place in the mitochondria Get rid of the cell membrane, break cell open take out mitochondria What would you do to isolate everything except mitochondria in the lab? centrifugation - separates materials in a mixture by density(density we can isolate it) materials in bottom are more dense less dense cell structures on top hypothesis- If structure x consumes glucose, then it is mitochondria and release energy MAKE AN EXPERIMENT- hyp must be testable - 4 test tubes - isolated structure - glucose - test tubes not closed control groups- compare RESULTS- - measure if glucose was used up(amount) - increase in temp - carbon dioxide and water Why would you find more mitochondria in the sperm and muscle cells? they require much more energy
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