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    26 O Flex Day

    Osmosis Jones

    27 E 28 O Cell Quiz Cellular Respiration Notes Sec Rev 7-1

    29 E 30 O Cellular Respiration Virtual Lab

    2 E 3 O Krebs Cycle Notes Sec Rev 7-2

    4 E 5 O Fermentation Lab

    6 E

    9 O *Exercise and CO2

    Review

    10 E 12 O *Unit Test

    13 E11 No School

    Classroom/Lab!Assignment Your!Score Total!Points! Possible

    Chemical)Pathways 15

    The)Krebs)Cycle 15

    Exercise and CO2 Mini Lab 20

    Homework Glycolysis)&)Fermenta8on)(Sec)Rec)7=1) 22

    Aerobic)Respira8on)(Sec)Review)7=1) 22

    Total 94

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  • We’re watching Osmosis Jones!! As you enjoy the film, relate what you know about Osmosis to answer the following. Yes, the questions are in order.

    1. What is the meaning of “osmosis”?

    2. How does it apply to the character in the movie?

    3. What is the “City of Frank?”

    4. What position does Osmosis Jones have in the City of Frank?

    5. How do the “villains” enter the city?

    6. What effect do the villains have on Frank?

    7. How does the city combat the villains?

    8. What other virus entered with the others, but was not easily detected?

    9. What effect did this virus have on Frank initially?

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  • 10. What did this virus have planned?

    11. What is “Drix’s” primary function?

    12. Is the initial combination of over the counter relief and the body’s natural defenses a “friendly” one?

    14. How does the mayor try to deal with the unknown invader?

    14. What other foolish eating experience did Frank partake in that resulted in embarrassing consequences (that cost Osmosis Jones his original position)?

    15. What nearly happens to the City of Frank as the disease gathers allies?

    16. What could have prevented this entire illness?

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  • Cellular Respiration! Cue Column

    (titles, vocab, big ideas, test questions)

    Cellular Respiration

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    Cue Column (titles, vocab, big ideas,

    test questions)

    Cellular Respiration

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    Modern Biology Study Guide

    SECTION 7-1 REVIEW

    GLYCOLYSIS AND FERMENTATION VOCABULARY REVIEW Define the following terms.

    1. cellular respiration

    2. glycolysis

    3. lactic acid fermentation

    4. alcoholic fermentation

    MULTIPLE CHOICE Write the correct letter in the blank.

    1. Glycolysis takes place

    a. in the cytosol. b. in the mitochondria.

    2. During glycolysis, glucose is

    a. produced from two molecules of pyruvic acid.

    b. converted into two molecules of ATP.

    3. Both lactic acid fermentation and alcoholic fermentation produce

    a. a two-carbon molecule from a six-carbon molecule.

    b. CO2 from a three-carbon molecule.

    4. The efficiency of glycolysis is approximately

    a. 0.2%. b. 2%. c. 20%. d. 200%.

    5. The anaerobic pathways provide enough energy to meet all of the energy needs of

    a. all organisms. b. all unicellular and most multi-

    cellular organisms.

    c. many unicellular and some multi- cellular organisms.

    d. no organisms.

    c. ATP from ADP and phosphate. d. NAD! from NADH and H!.

    c. partially broken down and some of its stored energy is released.

    d. partially broken down and its stored energy is increased.

    c. only if oxygen is present. d. only if oxygen is absent.

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    inston. All rights reserved. SHORT ANSWER Answer the questions in the space provided.

    1. Why are the fermentation pathways referred to as “anaerobic” pathways?

    2. What are the energy-containing products of glycolysis?

    3. Of what importance are lactic acid fermentation and alcoholic fermentation to the cells that use

    these pathways?

    4. Critical Thinking The vitamin niacin is an essential component of NAD!. Niacin can be consumed in food or manufactured in the body from tryptophan, an amino acid. How would a person’s ability to break down glucose through glycolysis be affected if the person’s diet were deficient in both

    niacin and tryptophan? Explain your answer.

    STRUCTURES AND FUNCTIONS The diagram below depicts the stages of fermentation. Complete the diagram by writing the names of the pathways in the ovals and the names of the molecules in the boxes.

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    O2 absent

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    d e

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    c c

    CO2

  • The Krebs Cycle Cue Column

    (titles, vocab, big ideas, test questions)

    The Krebs Cycle

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    Cue Column (titles, vocab, big ideas,

    test questions)

    The Krebs Cycle

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    Modern Biology Study Guide

    SECTION 7-2 REVIEW

    AEROBIC RESPIRATION VOCABULARY REVIEW Define the following terms.

    1. aerobic respiration

    2. mitochondrial matrix

    3. Krebs cycle

    4. FAD

    MULTIPLE CHOICE Write the correct letter in the blank.

    1. The breakdown product of glucose that diffuses into the mitochondrial matrix for further breakdown is

    a. acetyl CoA. b. pyruvic acid. c. oxaloacetic acid. d. citric acid.

    2. The starting substance of the Krebs cycle, which is regenerated at the end of the cycle, is

    a. acetyl CoA. b. pyruvic acid. c. oxaloacetic acid. d. citric acid.

    3. The Krebs cycle

    a. produces two molecules of CO2. c. produces NAD ! from NADH and H!.

    b. produces a six-carbon molecule from d. generates most of the ATP produced six molecules of CO2. in aerobic respiration.

    4. The electron transport chain of aerobic respiration

    a. generates O2 from H2O. b. produces NADH by chemiosmosis. c. pumps electrons into the mitochondrial matrix. d. pumps protons into the space between the inner and outer mitochondrial membranes.

    5. The maximum efficiency of aerobic respiration is approximately

    a. 0.39%. b. 3.9%. c. 39%. d. 390%.

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    SHORT ANSWER Answer the questions in the space provided.

    1. In the Krebs cycle, what molecule acquires most of the energy that is released by the oxidation of acetyl CoA, and how many of these molecules are produced during each turn of the cycle?

    2. Which reactions of aerobic respiration occur in the inner mitochondrial membrane?

    3. Write the equation for the complete oxidation of glucose in aerobic respiration.

    4. Critical Thinking How is the structure of a mitochondrion well adapted for the activities it

    carries out?

    STRUCTURES AND FUNCTIONS Use the diagram to answer the following questions.

    The diagram below summarizes the electron transport chain and chemiosmosis in aerobic respiration. Label the substances that are transported along the arrows labeled a–d in the spaces provided. Label the reactants or products that are represented by e–g in the spaces provided.

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    a

    b

    NADH

    FAD

    MITOCHONDRIAL MATRIX

    Inner mitochondrial membrane

    ATP

    ATP synthase

    e

    f

    g

    c

    d

  • How Exercise Effect CO2

    Procedure: I. Predict below how exercise will affect your body’s production of Carbon Dioxide

    (CO2):

    II. In one test tube put 10 ml of water and 4 drops of bromthymol blue solution Bromthymol turns yellow or green in the presence of CO2

    One person will take a straw and pla

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