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  • Respiration
    • Aerobic Respiration
      • Occurs when oxygen is available to cells
        • Glucose+Oxygen -> Water + Carbon dioxide + Energy
      • Most efficient way to release energy from glucose
        • 16KJ
  • Glucose+Oxygen -> Water + Carbon dioxide + Energy
  • Anarobic Resperation
    • Respiration
      • Aerobic Respiration
        • Occurs when oxygen is available to cells
          • Most efficient way to release energy from glucose
            • 16KJ
    • NO OXYGEN
      • Occurs when there is a lac of Oxygen to the cells
        • Anarobic Resperation
      • Glucose-> Lactic Acid (+Energy)
        • NOT the best way to release energy from Glucose
          • 0.83 KJ
        • Lactic Aid accumulates the muscles stop working and it has to be removed.
          • Glucose-> Lactic Acid (+Energy)
          • Respiratory System
            • Gas exchange
              • Respiratory System
              • Breathing in
                • 1) intercostal muscles and diaphragm  contract
                  • 2) Thorax volume increases
                    • 3) This decreases the pressure, drawing  air in
                • Breathing out
                  • 1) Intercostal muscles and diaphragm relax
                    • 2) Thorax volume decreases
                      • 3) Air is forced out
              • Alveoli
                • Air moves in and out of the alveolus
                • oxygen is transported around the body by red blood cells
                • carbon dioxide diffuses from blood to be exhaled
                • gasses dissolve in moist mucus lining
              • carbon dioxide diffuses from blood to be exhaled
              • gasses dissolve in moist mucus lining
              • oxygen is transported around the body by red blood cells
              • Oxygen diffuses  into the blood
                • Alveoli
                  • Air moves in and out of the alveolus
              • Testing for Carbon dioxide
                • Lime Water reacts with Carbon Dioxide
                  • Testing for Carbon dioxide

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