13. (02.05 LC) What are the reactants for cellular respiration? (1 point)

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13. (02.05 LC)
What are the reactants for cellular respiration? (1 point)

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    Answer:

    In cellular respiration oxygen and glucose are both reactants. Cellular respiration is mostly based on ATP; carbon dioxide and water from waste products.

    Explanation:

    Glucose and oxygen are reactive to ATP in cellular breathing. The by-products are water and carbon dioxide. Glycolysis (anaerobic process), a cancer cycle, and oxidative phosphorylation are three steps of aerobic cell breathing.

    CO2 + Oxygen CO2 + H 2O C6H12O6 + 6O2 +Water Glucose (sugar), Sugar Cellular breathing, or aerobic breathing is a sequence of chemical processes which, in the presence of oxygen, start with sugar reactants and create carbon dioxide and water as waste products.

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