Ch. 11 - Aerobic RespirationWorksheetSee all chapters
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Ch. 1 - Overview of Cell Biology
Ch. 2 - Chemical Components of Cells
Ch. 3 - Energy
Ch. 4 - DNA, Chromosomes, and Genomes
Ch. 5 - DNA to RNA to Protein
Ch. 6 - Proteins
Ch. 7 - Gene Expression
Ch. 8 - Membrane Structure
Ch. 9 - Transport Across Membranes
Ch. 10 - Anerobic Respiration
Ch. 11 - Aerobic Respiration
Ch. 12 - Photosynthesis
Ch. 13 - Intracellular Protein Transport
Ch. 14 - Cell Signaling
Ch. 15 - Cytoskeleton and Cell Movement
Ch. 16 - Cell Division
Ch. 17 - Meiosis and Sexual Reproduction
Ch. 18 - Cell Junctions and Tissues
Ch. 19 - Stem Cells
Ch. 20 - Cancer
Ch. 21 - The Immune System
Ch. 22 - Techniques in Cell Biology
Sections
Overview of Cellular Respiration
Mitochondria
Citric Acid Cycle
Electron Transport
ATP Synthesis Driven from Proton Gradients

Practice: Match the mitochondrial structure with the correct definition 

I. Outer membrane          _____________ 

II. Intermembrane space _____________ 

III. Inner membrane         _____________ 

IV. Cristae                         _____________ 

V. Matrix                            _____________ 


a. Space between the two membranes 

b. Internal space of the mitochondria 

c. Contains porin proteins which allow larger molecules to flow into 

d. Impermeable to ions and small molecules 

e. Infolds that increase the surface area of the membrane

Practice: Which mitochondrial structure is the location of oxidative phosphorylation?

Practice: True or False: Mitochondria always exist as distinct organelles that never come together to form larger structures.