Respiration And Fermentation: Question Preview (ID: 5212)


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Where in the cell does respiration take place?
a) mitochondria
b) chloroplast
c) cell membrane
d) nucleus

What is the starting material for fermentation?
a) oxygen
b) glucose
c) fat
d) water

What material is produced from fermentation?
a) Carbon dioxide, water, energy
b) carbon dioxide, water, sugar
c) sugar, oxygen, carbon dioxide
d) carbon dioxide, alcohol, energy

What material is produced from cellular respiration?
a) Water, carbon dioxide, energy
b) water
c) sugar and oxygen
d) carbon dioxide

Which processes requires oxygen?
a) fermentation
b) respiration
c) photosynthesis
d) mitosis

Which process releases the most energy from glucose?
a) fermentation
b) respiration
c) photosynthesis
d) mitosis

How are fermentation and respiration alike?
a) They both release energy for the cell
b) They both use oxygen
c) They take place in the mitochondria
d) They release water

Which statement is NOT true about fermentation?
a) Fermentation is used by bacteria in yogurt
b) Fermentation is used by Yeast and makes bread rise
c) Fermentation releases more energy per glucose than respiration
d) Fermentation does not require oxygen

What material is needed for cellular respiration?
a) water
b) glucose and water
c) glucose and oxygen
d) oxygen

Where in the cell does fermentation take place?
a) mitochondria
b) cytoplasm
c) nucleus
d) cell membrane

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