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Yes. Cell respiration and lactic acid fermentation.

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Q: Do your body cells always use cellular respiration and fermentation?
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Does fermentation or cellular respiration would yeast cells grow more rapidly with?

cellular respiration


What product is common to reactions to cellular respiration and fermentation?

Cellular respiration and fermentation both produce ATP - which is a form of energy that cells can use.


What are two ways a cell can get energy from food?

Cells can release energy in two basic processes: Cellular respiration and fermentation. Cellular respiration requires oxygen but fermentation does not. Cellular respiration releases MUCH more usable energy then fermentation does.


Why do we do cellular respiration?

Cellular respiration is the process by which cells produce ATP for energy. Also, cellular respiration is much more efficient than fermentation, the process by which single celled organisms. (Cellular respiration produces 18 times more ATP than fermentation) Essentially, without cellular respiration is what keeps the cells in your body functioning.


Do cells make ethanol as a waste of cellular respiration?

No, ethanol is a byproduct of fermentation...not aerobic or anaerobic respiration


What is fermentation in cellular respiration?

Fermentation is used in anaerobic respiration. Fermentation is done to replenish NAD supplies so that glycolysis can continue making ATP in the absence of oxygen.


Process used by yeast?

Yeast cells undergo cellular respiration. Yeast cells need oxygen to complete the first stage of the cell cycle, so they must first undergo cellular respiration.


When there is no oxygen for your cells the cells use this to get energy?

lactic acid fermentation. (produces lactate and is only about 100th as efficient as cellular respiration)


What is a product of cellular respiration and nor fermentation?

Cell Respiration: Fermentation. All cells are able to synthesize ATP via the process of glycolysis. In many cells, if oxygen is not present, pyruvate is metabolized in a process called fermentation. Fermentation complements glycolysis and makes it possible for ATP to be continually produced in the absence of oxygen.


What do muscle cells use when they can't get oxygen for cellular respiration?

Your muscle cells use the energy released in cellular respiration to synthesize new compounds to maintain its tissues; to transport material in and out of its cell; and to perform its mechanical function of expanding and contracting.


Do your cells always use cellular respiration to break down glucose?

no


During rapid exercise how do your muscles produce ATP?

Fueled by the metabolism of sugar, the ATP byproducts (ADP) are reconstituted into ATP molecules. Use of ATP energy requires no oxygen - when the ATP is depleted the muscle cells must use cellular respiration to obtain energy and once the muscle is at rest the ATP stores are replenished.