Anaerobic Respiration Teacher Resources
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Students define aerobic and anaerobic respiration. They compare and contrast the processes of aerobic and anaerobic respiration. Students identify organisms that use the processes of aerobic and anaerobic to synthesize energy from food.
Young scholars practice translating biological ideas into graphical representations and explore respiration in the context of an exercise session in this 50 minute lesson on aerobic and anaerobic respiration. The lesson includes a question sheet for assessment.
In this cellular respiration and photosynthesis worksheet, students read through the presented material and draw an illustration of the production of ATP. Students answer several short answer questions about the production of ATP, aerobic and anaerobic respiration.
Students differentiate aerobic from anaerobic respiration. In this biology instructional activity, students observe fermentation of yeast in the lab. They design their own experiment and report their findings.
Students explore Adenosine Triphosphate and how energy is released. They examine the basic process of cellular respiration and draw its chemical formula. After describing cellular respiration and photosynthesis, students compare and contrast aerobic and anaerobic respiration.
Biology classes that are learning about respiration will set up an experiment with the rate of respiration in yeast. As sugar metabolism occurs, they collect the carbon dioxide gas that is produced, use the data to determine the respiration rate, and then graph their findings.
Both aerobic and anerobic respiration are introduced in this succinct PowerPoint. The chemical equations for both are included. The last slides give instructions for a lab activity in which pupils use a gas sensor to measure the concentrations of carbon dioxide produced when yeast is given different sources of sugar. If you exclude this activity, this presentation could be used in a health class as well as in a biology class.
Students distinguish the differences between Prokaryotic and Eukaryotic cells. Using microscopes, they examine a variety of plant and animal cells. Working in groups, they draw and label plant and animal cells and show the mathematical formula used to determine the cells' magnification.
Learners perform an experiment that measures respiration. In this performing an experiment that measures respiration lesson, students discuss aerobic and anaerobic respiration. Learners measure the gas produced by putting yeast in water. Students re-design the experiment to achieve more accurate test results.
Biology apprentices answer 33 questions on this neat worksheet. Questions deal with the processes of respiration and photosynthesis. Learners need to know the steps in each process and the chemical equations representing each. They also compare and contrast the two in a Venn diagram.
In this cellular respiration worksheet, students answer 14 multiple choice questions related to aerobic and anaerobic respiration.
In this cell energy learning exercise, students answer questions about the processes of photosynthesis and cellular respiration. They compare the two using a Venn diagram.
In this cell energy learning exercise, students will match 8 terms with their definitions relating to the biological processes that create energy in a cell. Then students will match 6 terms as being a part of photosynthesis, aerobic respiration, or anaerobic respiration.
Middle schoolers study cellular respiration and its application to engineering. In this cellular respiration instructional activity students describe bio-remediation.
In this cells activity, students review how the cell theory was developed. Students review the structure and function of cell structures and active transport. This activity has 30 fill in the blank questions.
Salman Khan is very enthusiastic about the topic of cellular respiration! He provides an interesting presentation of the respiration process. Expect to learn about the basic stages of respiration, how it works in the human body, and the needs and stresses it puts on our cells.
Biology classes will bubble with excitement as they complete this assignment. Beginning with an informative overview of cellular respiration and fermentation processes, the highlight comes as an experiment in determining the rate of alcoholic fermentation in yeast. This is accomplished by providing various concentrations of sucrose solution and measuring the amount of carbon dioxide produced during respiration. This lab sheet will keep young scientists organized and on-task.
Students conduct various experiments on glucose. In this biology lesson, students differentiate the process of diffusion and osmosis. They test different foods for the presence of glucose and starch.
Three lab guides are given here that detail experiments to illustrate the oxidation of glucose for the production of ATP. The first will compare photosynthesis and respiratio and show theimporatnce of both to plants. The next will show how yeast are used in fermentation. The last will allow students to study the enzymatic reaction of the Krebs cycle and manipulate the reaction by changing substrates.
Students listen to an explanation of yeast cells and how they effect bread and beer. They discuss the ways alcohol affects the human body and participate in an indirect observation about cell respiration in yeast-molasses cultures.