How Much Do You Know About Cellular Respiration?

Cellular Respiration Quiz!

Cellular Respiration
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1. Which structure of a eukaryotic cell is involved in cellular respiration?

2. Glucose and _______ are consumed during cellular respiration.

3. Which is not a product of cellular respiration?

4. In the presence of oxygen, the first stage of cellular respiration is ______ .

5. In glycolysis, each glucose molecule is broken down into 2 molecules of _____ .

6. Without oxygen, glycolysis allows cells to make small amounts of ATP through _____ .

7. Pyruvate molecules are converted to _____ molecules to be used in the citric acid cycle.

8. In a eukaryotic cell, most ATP is produced during which process?

9. What is the chemical equation for the process of cellular respiration?

10. A eukaryotic cell can yield a net total of ____ ATP molecules per glucose molecule.

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For more fascinating informatin on cells, see the Different Types of Body Cells, 10 Facts About Cells, Why Some Cells Commit Suicide, and How Cells Move.

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Continue your investigation into the cell and cellular processes by learning more about the differences between plant and animal cells, photosynthesis, cell organelles, diffusion and osmosis, and mitosis and meiosis.

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Don't stop there. The cell is fascinating. Discover the parts of a cell, the differences between plant and animal cells, the different types of cells in the body, how cells move, and how cells reproduce.