Asked in Photosynthesis
What stage in cellular respiration produces the most energy?
Asked in Science, Cellular Respiration
What stage of cellular respiration produces the most oxygen?
Asked in Biochemistry
Which stage of cellular respiration produces the least ATP?
Respiration releases what amount of energy Large or small?
Effective cellular respiration releases a large amount of energy (ATP). In order for effective cellular respiration to occur, oxygen must be present in the second stage of cellular respiration, the Krebs Cycle. If after the first stage of cellular respiration, glycolysis, there is no oxygen present, then ineffective cellular respiration occurs and the process is carried out by fermentation. Fermentation is an anaerobic process that results in the formation of ethyl alcohol or lactic acid and the cycle produces a net ATP gain of 2, whereas the net ATP gain of effective cellular respiration is 36 ATP molecules. Therefore cellular respiration in the presence of oxygen deals out a large amount of energy, but if not in the presence of oxygen, it deals out a small amount of energy.
What happens in the third stage of cellular respiration?
What stage of cellular respiration produces pyruvate as a product?
Asked in Biology, Genetics, Photosynthesis
Which stage of cellular respiration produces water?
Asked in Biology, Genetics, Biochemistry
What is produced from the third stage of cellular respiration the electron transport chain?
Asked in Genetics
What is the most important stage of cellular respiration?
What are the first stage of cellular respiration called?
Asked in Biology, Genetics, Biotechnology
During what stage of cellular respiration is most of the ATP produced?
What is the first stage of cellular respiration and the oldest in terms of evolution?
Asked in Genetics
How are the cellular respiration and glycolysis related?
Asked in Biology, Animal Life, Genetics
What stage of cellular respiration produces the most ATP?
What happens during the second stage of cellular respiration?
Why do you get more ATP out of aerobic respiration?
How are glycolysis and cellular respiration the same?
Asked in Microbiology
Which of the following is NOT a stage of aerobic cellular respiration?
How are cellular respiration and Krebs cycle related?
Asked in Earth Sciences, Genetics
Where in the cell does the second stage of respiration happen?
What is the purpose of cellular respiration in a living organism?
Cellular respiration provides energy (in the form of ATP) for the cell to perform its numerous metabolic reactions efficiently. Cellular respiration primarily involves the mitochondria, while the first stage occurs in the cytosol. Glucose is utilised as a substrate for cellular respiration, which should be distinguished from external respiration (aka breathing).
Asked in Biology, Animal Life, Microbiology, Genetics
Which stage of cellular respiration produces the most ATP?
The Electron Transport process is the third process in cell respiration, it requires oxygen directly. The electron transport "chain" is a series of electron carriers in the membrane of the mitochondria. Through a series of reactions, the "high energy" electrons are passed to oxygen. In the process, a gradient is formed, and ultimately ATP (Adinosine triphosphate), an energy molecule is formed.Therefore this stage produces the most ATP.