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Lesson Worksheet: Respiration with Oxygen Science
In this worksheet, we will practice describing the chemical reactions of aerobic respiration, their location, and their significance to energy transfer inside organisms.
Which gas is required for aerobic respiration?
- CCarbon dioxide
Complete the sentence: All organisms need to transfer to allow their cells to keep working and to stay alive.
Complete the sentence: The carbon-containing molecules in the food you eat are a form of stored energy that is transferred by the rearrangement of molecules during the chemical reaction of respiration.
Which statement about diffusion in respiring cells is correct?
- AOxygen and glucose diffuse across the cell membrane into cells.
- BOxygen and carbon dioxide diffuse across the cell membrane into cells.
- CCarbon dioxide diffuses across the cell membrane into cells, and oxygen diffuses out.
- DCarbon dioxide and glucose diffuse across the cell membrane into cells.
- ECarbon dioxide and oxygen diffuse across the cell membrane, but glucose does not.
From which organ are the two waste products of respiration excreted?
What happens to the energy transferred when molecules are rearranged during respiration in order for your muscles to contract?
- AHeat (thermal) stored
- BHeat (thermal) kinetic
- CKinetic heat (thermal)
- DStored kinetic
- EStored heat (thermal)
Organisms are often classified into groups, as follows:
- Protists (e.g., Amoeba and Euglena)
Which groups carry out respiration?
- AAnimals, fungi, some protists, and some bacteria
- BAnimals, bacteria, fungi, and protists
- CAnimals, bacteria, and fungi
- DAnimals, plants, fungi, and protists
- EAnimals, plants, bacteria, fungi, and all protists
What happens to the energy transferred when molecules are rearranged during respiration in order to maintain body temperature?
The figure shows the organelle where aerobic respiration takes place. What is its name?