Answer to Question #74791 in Cell Biology for Kimberly Jimenez
Hi I want to know if you can answer these three questions
1. In which part(s) of cellular respiration is CO2 produced?
2. Which carb(s) was yeast able to use for cellular respiration
3. What equation describes the formation of carbonic acid?
Answer: 1. Complete aerobic metabolism of glucose produces H2O and CO2 as products. Therefore, CO2 is produced in the final part of cellular respiration. 2. Yeasts are capable of using some, but not all, sugars as a food source. 3. CO2 + H2O ⇌ H2CO3