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CELLULAR RESPIRATION. Sahana Kanabar. The Difference between cellular respiration and breathing . Although they are part of the same process, breathing is the mechanical action done by the body to draw air inside. Breathing involves the lungs, bronchial tube and Alveoli.

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cellular respiration

CELLULAR RESPIRATION

Sahana Kanabar

the difference between cellular respiration and breathing
The Difference between cellular respiration and breathing
  • Although they are part of the same process, breathing is the mechanical action done by the body to draw air inside. Breathing involves the lungs, bronchial tube and Alveoli.
  • Cellular respiration is a chemical process that releases energy for the body’s use. The word equation is C6H12O6 + 6O2 → 6CO2 + 6H2O + Energy. Put simply, Glucose + Oxygen → Carbon Dioxide + Water + Energy. Some of this takes place in the mitochondria of each cell.
the start
The Start
  • The food we eat contains glucose, when it is broken down in our cells, it releases energy.
  • We take oxygen into our bodies through breathing, oxygen breaks down glucose.
inside the cells
Inside the cells
  • Food, that comes in the form of glucose, gets broken down in the cells by oxygen.
  • A certain amount of energy get released during the process that the cell is able to use for it’s activities.
  • The biochemical energy is used to fuel many metabolic processes and transportation of molecules across membranes.
becoming available to cells
Becoming available to cells
  • ATP is a molecule in the cell, used for the storage and transport of energy.
  • As food is broken down molecularly, ATP forms.
  • As phosphate inside the ATP breaks down, energy is released for endergonicreactions.

endergonic |ˌendərˈgänik|adjective, Biochemistry (of a metabolic or chemical process) accompanied by or requiring the absorption of energy, the products being of greater free energy than the reactants. The opposite of exergonic .

substances leaving
Substances leaving
  • Using conservation of mass, the oxygen and glucose that entered into the cells, get turned into water and carbon dioxide.
  • The carbon dioxide leaves the body through exhaling.
  • Water can be used around the body or released by the body.
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