The purpose of this lab activity is to analyze the effect of exercise on cellular respiration. Background: Cells normally contain small amounts of ATP produced during the. glycolysis. reaction of cellular respiration. Whenever the body needs lots of energy in a hurry, its cells quickly burn this stored ATP (in about 3-5 seconds).
Cellular respiration and Fermentation Lab. STUDY. Flashcards. Learn. Write. Spell. Test. PLAY. Match. Gravity. Created by. eee1994. Terms in this set (15) Introduction. this lab topic investigates fermentation and cellular respiration, Cellular processes that release the energy in glucose to synthesize atp.
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PART 2: Linking Photosynthesis and Cellular Respiration 6. Fill in the table below with the details of photosynthesis and cellular respiration. 7. Describe the relationship between photosynthesis and cellular respiration. Use the information in the table above to support your answer. 8. Fill in the table below based on your current observations.
AP Biology Lab 5 - Cellular Respiration Paul Andersen explains how a respirometer can be used to measure the respiration rate in peas, germinating peas and the worm. KOH is used to solidify CO2 produced by a respiring organism.
To answer the pre-assessment question, I have students draw a circle map in their lab notebooks. They put the word energy in the middle. Then I gave the students 30 seconds to write some ideas down. Once they write their ideas down they get to visit three other people in the room to get more ideas.
Pre-Lab: Use your background information AND your Cellular Respiration notes to answer the following pre-lab questions. 1. What is the equation for cellular respiration? Label which items are the reactants and the products. 2. In what part of the cell does cellular respiration occur? 3.
Answer the following questions before you come to lab: 1. What is the initial substrate for cellular respiration? ----- 2. How may ATP molecules are produced during glycolysis? Krebs’ cycle? Electron transport chain? Glycolysis Krebs’ cycle Electron transport chain Total 3. What is the final electron acceptor in aerobic respiration? 4.