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Compare burning and respiration
Processes
Burning and respiration processes are similar in
the fact they both release some of the energy
find in a molecule.
Burning- fossil fuel+ oxygen =water+ heat and
light
Aerobic- glucose + oxygen=carbon dioxide+
water + energy
Anaerobic- glucose= lactic acid+ energy…read more

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Describe the circulatory and respiratory systems
as part of the respiration systems
The biochemical changes involved in anaerobic
respiration takes place in the cytoplasm. The
enzymes within the cytoplasm promote the
change.
The biochemical change that occurs in aerobic
respiration happen in the structures called
mitochondria.…read more

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Describe the circulatory and respiratory
systems as part of the respiration systems
Breathing supplies oxygen to the body and
removes carbon dioxide from the body. Then
the circulatory delivers oxygen to the respiring
cells and takes carbon dioxide away from the
cell to be release from the lungs.
Energy is made available for cells to use in the
form of atp…read more

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Describe ATP
· ATP stands for adenosine tri phosphate and it
is formed when three phosphate groups are
attached to a molecule called adenosine.
· Energy is needed to attach the molecules and
respiration provides this energy.
· Atp is used as a source to transfer energy from
one process to another…read more

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Explain why respiration is so important to
the function of all the cells in the body
Respiration is important for:
Growth
sensitivity
Nutrition
Movement
Excretion
Reproduction
All of these changes require energy that is provided
by ATP which gathers it from respiration.…read more

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