Hello Diana welcome to spell class training. Today you are going to learn how to make energy
Both Heterotrophs and Autorophs perform cellular respiration. Cellular respiration takes place in the mitochondria. This is a chemical process in which the glucose is broken down in the presence of oxygen to release ATP, water, and C02. The oxygen and glucose are the raw materials and they are also products of photosynthesis.
There are two types of cellular respiration anaerobic and aerobic cellular respiration. Anaerobic respiration breaks down glucose without the presence of O2. There are two types of fermentation. Lactic Acid fermentation which is glucose broken down and it produces lactic acid (causes muscle fatigue), Carbon dioxide, and water. It occurs in bacteria and muscle cells. The second type is Alcoholic fermentation which produces alcohol (ethanol) and carbon dioxide. It occurs in yeast and produces 2 ATP.
He is going to teacher her how to make energy using cellular respiration.
The other type of fermentation is called Aerobic fermentation. In this chemical reaction, glucose is broken down in the presence of oxygen to produce water, C02, and a large amount of ATP. Typically 36-38 ATP molecules. With help from the stomata gas exchange can take place for this chemical reaction to occur. Stomata are tiny pores in leaves that allow H20, C02, and 02. Guard cells surround each stomate and regulate the opening and closing of the stomate.
Photosynthesis uses carbon dioxide and cellular respiration puts it back. Photosynthesis releases oxygen into the atmosphere, and cellular respiration uses that oxygen to release energy from glucose is produced by photosynthesis.