These cards describe the major components or aerobic and anaerobic respiration.
A jellylike fluid inside the cell in which the organelles are suspended.
Powerhouse of the cell; organelle that is the site of aerobic ATP (energy) production.
Product of photosynthesis needed to begin respiration.
A three-carbon molecule that is the end product of glycolysis.
Product of photosynthesis needed to allow for aerobic respiration.
Waste product of the Krebs Cycle during aerobic respiration and of alcohol fermentation during anaerobic respiration.
Electron Transport Chain
Sequence of electron carrier molecules that transfer electrons and release energy during cellular respiration
Waste product of aerobic respiration after the Electron Transport Chain
Product of fermentation in many types of cells, including human muscle cells.
Product of fermentation in many types of cells, including yeast.