Photosynthesis and anaerobic respiration

1. why do we do anarobic respiration?

  • to excerisise muscles for more energy
  • we do anaerobic respiration when there is insufficient oxygen to meet energy demands.
  • to make carbon dioxide
  • to make the heart rate increase to get more glucose to your muscles.
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2. how is lactic acid made?

  • destruction of red blood cells
  • during anaerobic respiration is taken to the liver by the blood, it is then converted back to glucose which is then respired or converted into glycogen and stored.
  • by excising at a high rate, with carbon dioxide to create lactic acid
  • when you stretch lactic acid is made and effects your muscles

3. whats the general equation for respiration?

  • ethanol+carbon dioxide→glucose
  • glucose→lactic acid+a little energy
  • oxygen+glucose→carbon dioxide+water+energy
  • glucose→ethanol+carbon dioxide+a little energy

4. what is the general equation for photosynthesis?

  • carbon dioxide+glucose→sunlight energy+water
  • oxygen+carbon dioxide→water+glucose
  • carbon dioxide+water→oxygen+glucose
  • oxygen+glucose→carbon dioxide+water+energy

5. whats the stimulus to increase the rate of heart beat?

  • the muscle
  • high level of carbon dioxide
  • the brain
  • the eyes

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