Respiration is the process in which the chemical bonds of energyrich molecules such as glucose are converted into energy usable for life processes. Teacher booklet which contains the answers to the task. Gcse respiration revise aerobic reaction of glucose. Glycolysis is the first stage of anaerobic and aerobic respiration. Gcse sciencebreathing and respiration wikibooks, open. Home gcse study tools physical education the respiration system. The experiment can be repeated multiple times to calculate and compare the rate of respiration at different temperatures i. The teacher booklet contains all the information and the answers to the taskquestions. Rate of respiration 9 core practical 8 population size 9 core practical 1 chromatography 11.
Under page scaling, select multiple pages per sheet, under pages per sheet, select 2. Test it aerobic and anaerobic respiration cells can respire either aerobically or anaerobically. The role of aerobic respiration in the life cycle of escherichia coli. Pearson edexcel level 1level 2 gcse 9 1 in physical education 1pe0. If our muscles have insufficient oxygen, we experience an anaerobic respiration.
The iron portion forms a loose association with o 2. Aerobic respiration biology lecture materials from the. The first stages of respiration occur in the cytoplasm of cells, but most of the energy released is in the. Mark scheme results summer 2008 gcse gcse physical education 1827 paper 01 edexcel limited. Hemoglobin is composed of 4 polypeptide chains a tetramer connected to 4 heme groups contain iron. Gcse respiration revise anaerobic reaction of glucose. Respiration is one of the key features of all living creatures. Ezyscience edexcel required practicals guide postexperiment assessment following the completion of an experiment inclass, the. This quiz contains questions relating to cellular respiration. If the cells still require energy then they need to respire without oxygen. Respiration revision notes and tests for gcse biology. This quiz focusses on anaerobic respiration, in which glucose is broken down in the absence of oxygen, releasing energy but also lactic acid.
This 2 page worksheet for high school biology class asks students read and analyze 3 graphscharts and answer 19 questions regarding the data presented. That uses up less paper, placing two slides on each page. A venn diagram activity to introduce your pupils to the differences between aerobic and anaerobic respiration. Respiration is one of the topics covered in gcse biology. Gcse worksheet on anaerobic respiration and fermentation.
Gcse biology anaerobic respiration questions and study. A drag and drop activity in which pupils are required to construct the word equations of aerobic and anaerobic. There are occasions when the cells undergoing respiration cannot get enough oxygen to perform aerobic respiration. Isbn 9781408508268 page 182 learn with flashcards, games, and more for free. Year 10 and year 11 students will look at respiration in gcse biology. You get the students worksheet, teachers worksheet with answers and powerpoint. Using an animation, the presenters describe how gaseous exchange takes place. The animation is intended for both gcse and alevel post16 biology teaching, and has sufficient.
It specifically focuses on aerobic respiration and the biological mechanisms that go into producing energy that living things use to function. Respiration is a series of reactions, but this summarises the overall process. Includes information, tasks and extension work for students. Speed of walking km per hour oxygen used litres per minute 0 0. Anaerobic respiration system solo linkedin slideshare. Gcse biology anaerobic respiration questions and study guide. There is a different equation depending on whether it occurs in muscle cells or in plant and yeast cells. Take your hr comms to the next level with prezi video. Anaerobic respiration is defined as chemical reactions in cells that break down nutrient molecules to release energy without oxygen.
The stage of aerobic cellular respiration that does not occur in the mitochondria is glycolysis. What is the difference between aerobic and anaerobic. Understanding the terms aerobic exercise in the presence of oxygen and anaerobic exercise in the absence of enough oxygen. Aerobic respiration is the process by which energy is released from glucose in the presence of oxygen as indicated by the word aerobic. Increased breathing rate means that the alveoli have a high. Cell membrane allows food and water into the cell and waste out. Aerobic respiration takes place in the mitochondria and requires oxygen and glucose, and produces carbon dioxide, water, and energy. Edexcel gcse pe respiratory system by brandon fletcher on prezi. Edexcel 91 gcse pe respiratory system booklets cover the full topic and new specification content. There are two main types of respiration, aerobic and anaerobic we will look at each one of these in detail now. The two forms of respiration aerobic and anaerobic are both looked at in gcse biology. You breath out the co 2 through your lungs, and lose water through sweat, urine or in the air.
Edexcel gcse pe respiratory system by brandon fletcher on. Edexcel 91 gcse pe respiratory system topic booklet. Public health implications article pdf available december 2015 with 315 reads how we measure reads. As you exercise you breathe harder and deeper and the heart beats faster to.
Chapter 1b the structure and function of the cardiorespiratory system. This type of respiration needs oxygen for it to occur so it is called aerobic respiration. This aqa unit 2 quiz will help students in year 10 and year 11 revise how aerobic respiration works. The composition of inhaled and exhaled air are compared and the anatomy of the respiratory surface is described. What is the difference between aerobic and anaerobic respiration. Respiration gcserevision, pephysicaleducation, health. Recommended reading for the idta dance exercise diploma. Aug 07, 2017 edexcel 91 gcse pe respiratory system booklets cover the full topic and new specification content. Pdf the role of aerobic respiration in the life cycle of. Respiratory system gcserevision, pephysicaleducation. Both aerobic and anaerobic respiration involve chemical reactions which take place in the cell to produce energy, which is needed for active processes aerobic respiration takes place in the mitochondria and requires oxygen and glucose, and produces carbon dioxide, water, and energy. Select print, and, when the print screen comes up, go to the print handling options. Gcse revision notes biology revision notes cells and respiration 1. The edexcel gcse physical education student book has been endorsed by edexcel for.
The respiration system flashcards in gcse physical education. Respiration is the release of energy from glucose in the muscles. They then answer a longer answer question comparing and contrasting these two important cellular processes. This is a presentation designed to help explain the section of the edexcel igcse biology course about respiration. Invision employees share their remote work secrets. It occurs in the cytoplasm and is an anaerobic process. Looking for an exercise in reading graphs that goes along with cell respiration. Application to a performer is mostly clear and effective. May 12, 2012 a gcse pe year 10 theory lesson looking at the anaerobic system using solo taxonomy. Both aerobic and anaerobic respiration involve chemical reactions which take place in the cell to produce energy, which is needed for active processes.
Aerobic respiration uses oxygen to oxidise glucose and produce energy. The anaerobic respiratory system supplies energy very quickly for sports such as vaulting in gymnastics or throwing a javelin where the activity only lasts a few seconds. This animation allows students to view the processes of photosynthesis and respiration. This word file is editable to fit your classrooms specific need. Ao1 1, ao2 2 and ao3 3 level marks description 3 56 knowledge is accurate and generally well detailed. A gcse pe year 10 theory lesson looking at the anaerobic system using solo taxonomy. This booklet covers aerobic and anaerobic exercise. When we are at rest on average we take about 16 breaths per minute.
Students can use books such as cambridge igcse pe as well to answer the questions. For example when exercising vigorously the amount of oxygen getting to the muscles may be insufficient for aerobic respiration. Therefore, it is better to not give pure oxygen to a patient to get breathing going should be a mixture of oxygen and carbon. It requires low to moderate intensity exercise, powered by aerobic metabolic function fuelled by the bodys stores of carbohydrates and fats. What is aerobic respiration and why is it important in the. Members hub international dance teachers association. This is a reaction which uses glucose to produce energy. Gcse physical education 2016 specification pearson qualifications.
But our breathing rate increases considerably when we start to exercise. The animation is intended for both gcse and alevel post16 biology teaching, and has sufficient detail and accuracy for both. Aerobic respiration required oxygen as well as glucose and produces carbon dioxide and energy. Aerobic exercise aerobic fitness is defined as the bodys ability to take in, transport and use oxygen. Material may include textbooks, journals, magazines and other publications and. Individual performances in physical activities and sports. Analysis is thorough, reaching valid and wellreasoned links. Not only does our rate of breathing increase, so does the depth of breathing and heart rate. The best way for students to print out the powerpoint show is to download the pdf version. Aerobic respiration and anaerobic respiration pass my exams. This booklet covers all areas of the ocr gcse specification. Aerobic respirationwith oxygen o 2 during aerobic activity, your heart and lungs supply the muscles with o 2. Cellular respiration graph analysis activity by the. Aerobic respiration in yeast miss hansons biology resources.1129 108 1046 1391 757 635 963 551 240 1100 970 42 473 457 1537 1305 951 943 584 1581 482 1351 1410 1226 869 803 899 1593 824 1379 487 7 360 1030 979 834 1376 1457 719