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What is cellular respiration?
a) The process in which energy in glucose is transferred to ATP b) The process in which the endocrine system releases hormones c) The process in which nutrients are broken down d) The process in which red blood cells are transferred across the body
What is the first stage of Cellular Respiration?
a) Aerobic respiration b) Glycolysis c) Krebs Cycle d) Electron transport chain
In the end of the Aerobic Respiration, how many ATP’s will there be?
a) 18 b) 78 c) 26 d) 36
True or False: Aerobic Respiration is Exothermic.
a) True b) False c) d)
Why is Aerobic Respiration important?
a) Restores red blood cells b) Controls and directs all bodily functions c) Energy is being produced which helps us with our daily functions d) Allows the movement of muscles
What is a product from aerobic respiration
a) Water b) Potassium c) Glucose d) Oxygen
What does the Aerobic Respiration need in order to function properly?
a) Water b) Oxygen c) ATP d)
What are the reactants of aerobic respiration?
a) Oxygen and Glucose b) Glucose and ATP c) Oxygen and Hydrogen d) Water
What are the 2 basics forms of energy?
a) Kinetic and Thermal b) Thermal and Nuclear c) Potential and Kinetic d) Thermal and Potential
True or False: The total amount of energy within the Cellular Respiration does not remains constant.
a) True b) False c) d)
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