This two day lab reviews the types of cellular respiration, introduces alcoholic fermentation, and teaches students how to make ginger ale to investigate temperature vs fermentation rate. Your students will read about the differences between aerobic and anaerobic respiration, the reactants/products, collect qualitative data, and answer follow up questions on the best temperature for ginger ale. $1.60
Cell Respiration Activity: Glycolysis Cut and Paste
Glycolysis in Aerobic Respiration Cut and Paste Activity: Revolutionize how you teach it. This activity is sort of like a puzzle and students can teach themselves the important parts of glycolysis. Includes two question sheets to help you tailor it to your own class.
Cellular Respiration is the process in which the solar energy stored in organic molecules like glucose is released. Aerobic respiration requires and consumes oxygen. Anaerobic respiration does not require or consume oxygen,
Cellular Aerobic Energy Production (also known as cellular respiration, aerobic oxidation and oxidative phosphorylation)
How does your body produce aerobic energy? It’s far more complex than just breathing in and out and burning calories. It’s a fascinating process called Cellular Aerobic Energy Production...Read more
Cellular respiration is the process in which energy stored in organic molecules such as glucose is released. Both heterotrophs and autotrophs use this process to produce energy from carbohydrates.