Do your students have trouble getting their heads around the complex processes involved in cellular respiration? Does the mere mention of ‘glycolysis’, ‘Krebs cycle’ and ‘electron transport’ send them into a spin?
Cellular Respiration (Summary Notes) is easier to understand than your average biology textbook because it uses simple language and clear, well-detailed diagrams to explain the steps involved in the processes of glycolysis, Krebs cycle and electron transport. Useful as both a student AND teacher reference, it consists of 9 printable black-and-white handouts as well as a full-color display version that looks great on the big screen and can be used to facilitate good class discussion. Also included is a list of suggested flash card questions your students can use for study purposes.
Cellular Respiration (Summary Notes) covers the following content:
stages of cellular respiration: glycolysis, Krebs cycle and electron transport
factors affecting the rate of cellular respiration: glucose concentration, temperature, oxygen concentration
anaerobic respiration: lactic acid and alcohol fermentation
comparing anaerobic and aerobic respiration
structure and function of the mitochondrion
endosymbiotic origin of the mitochondrion
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