Like all other organisms, plants require energy to grow and thrive in their environment. The process of cellular respiration allows plants to break down glucose into ATP. ... Although plants use photosynthesis to produce glucose, they use cellular respiration to release energy from the glucose
2) True: the Krebs cycle and E.T.C. are in mitochondria
3) Cellular respiration occurs within the _mitochondrion_ of a cell.
4) Cellular respiration occurs in both plant and animal cells.
5) _Sugar_ + Oxygen → Carbon Dioxide + Water + Energy
6) Oxygen is combined with the carbon atoms left from the glucose molecule.
- aerobic respiration is only done by animal cells but anaerobic is done by plant and animal cells
2. Which of the following is a true statement?
- Cellular respiration occurs in both plant and animal cells.
3. Carbon dioxide, water, and energy are the products of
- cellular respiration
4.When anaerobic respiration occurs in muscle cells, it produces
- lactic acid and energy
5. What is the location within a cell where cellular respiration occurs?
- The mitochondrion
Your best answer is: C or #3
Explanation: I took the test and I chose #3 or c and I got it right. 100% sure its right!
1. AEROBIC RESPIRATION IS DONE BY ANIMAL CELLS WHILE ANAEROBIC RESPIRATION IS DONE BY PLANT AND ANIMAL CELLS
2. CELLULAR RESPIRATION OCCURS IN BOTH PLANTS AND ANIMALS
3. CELLULAR RESPIRATION GIVES CARBON DIOXIDE, WATER AND ENERGY AS BY PRODUCTS.
4. LACTIC ACID AND ENERGY
Aerobic and anaerobic respiration occur in both plant and animal cells depending on the absence or presence of oxygen. in the presence of oxygen, plants and animal cells use aerobic pathway to produce their energy during metabolism. While in the absence of oxygen, the cells undergo anaerobic respiration and lactic acid is formed as byproduct.
2. This is true because both plant and animal cell perform cellular respiration. This is the process of manufacturing food substances needed by the cells.
3. The byproducts of cellular respiration are carbon dioxide, water and energy. Energy is used by the cells for its activities and some are stored as glycogen in the presence of excess energy. Carbon dioxide is excreted from the cells by the lungs into the atmosphere, water is excreted by the kidneys.
4. The byproducts of anaerobic respiration is lactic acid and energy.
5. Mitochondrion is the site for cellular respiration as it serves as the power house of the cell.
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Cellular respiration is the process by which cells in plants and animals break down sugar and turn it into energy, which is then used to perform work at the cellular level. The purpose of cellular respiration is simple: it provides cells with the energy they need to function.
Cellular respiration occurs in both plant and animal cells.
Cellular respiration is when cell produce energy. Both animals and plants need energy in order to do basic cell functions.
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the solute can move "downhill," from regions of higher to lower concentration, relying on the specificity of the protein carrier to pass through the membrane. this process is called passive transport or facilitated diffusion, and does not require energy.