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    ANAT & PHYSGENERAL BIOCELL BIOMICRO 8wkMICRO 15wkINSTRUCTORS

    Aerobic Respiration Biology Lecture Materials

    These are the Aerobic Respiration Lecture materials of the Virtual Cell Biology Classroom. The resources below are used to supplement an actual college cell biology course. 


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    SPO VIRTUAL CLASSROOMS
    LEARNING OBJECTIVES
    These lecture learning objectives are  a study guide based on the VCBC Aerobic Respiration Lecture PowerPoint:

    • Understand difference between catabolism and anabolism, and what these reactions have to do with metabolism.
    • Understand what a redox reaction is and what this type of reaction has to do with metabolism.
    • What is ATP, and what is its significance in metabolism.
    • What is phosphorylation?
    • Understand the steps of aerobic cellular respiration, with respect to the four sub-pathways (glycolysis, synthesis of Acetyl-CoA, Kreb's Cycle & the electron transport chain). For each sub-pathway, what is the starting molecule, end product molecule, and what energy is extracted?
    • What is oxygen's role in aerobic cellular respiration?
    • Where does metabolic energy originate? How is it captured? What organelles and pigments are involved?


    LECTURE POWERPOINT
    Versions of Aerobic Respiration PPT: 

    Printing: The best way for students to print out the PowerPoint Show is to download the PDF version. Select Print, and, when the Print screen comes up, go to the Print Handling options. Under Page Scaling, select "Multiple pages per sheet", Under Pages per sheet, select "2". That uses up less paper, placing two slides on each page.


    The Aerobic Respiration Lecture materials include:
    • list of learning objectives
    • PowerPoint lecture  
    • practice test & review questions
    • term paper metabolism assignment 

    MORE AEROBIC RESPIRATION LINKS
    •  by Jay Phelan.
    •  and quiz from McGraw-Hill.
    •  and quiz from McGraw-Hill.
    •  from McGraw-Hill.
    •  from McGraw-Hill.
    •  from Molecular & Cellular Biology Learning Cntr.
    •   click through animation by Graham Kent Bio231 Cell Bio.
    •  (Quiz 1) by McGraw-Hill.
    •  (Quiz 2) by McGraw-Hill.
    •  animated video​ by NDSU Virtual Cell Animations Project.

    Table Summarizing the Four Subpathways of Aerobic Respiration
    Aerobic Cellular Respiration, by Mikael Häggström
    Table Summarizing the Four Subpathways of Aerobic Respiration

    Click here for a blank printout of this table.
    See the 
    Electron Transport Chain Classroom Activity 
    for a fun, hands-on way to teach students the steps of the ETC!


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