Explaining what eukaryotic cells are they consists of paired chromosomes in nuclear membranes.There are a few things that go along with eukaryotes which are, plants, fungi and protozoa. The net ATP yield for eukaryotic cells are 2 ATP moving through membranes, however, in other words only have 36 ATP. How many chemical reactions (steps) are involved? Briefly describe them. 3.What is fermentation and how does it differ from respiration? How much ATP does a cell produce from fermentation? What are some of the different products of fermentation? 4.Human cells are capable of aerobic respiration and lactic acid fermentation. Respiration is the preferred process. Why? What causes your cells to switch from respiration to fermentation?

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Explaining what eukaryotic cells are they consists of paired chromosomes in nuclear membranes.

There are a few things that go along with eukaryotes which are, plants, fungi and protozoa. The net ATP yield for eukaryotic cells are 2 ATP moving through membranes, however, in other words only have 36 ATP. 

  1. How many chemical reactions (steps) are involved? Briefly describe them.

 

3.What is fermentation and how does it differ from respiration? How much ATP does a cell produce from fermentation? What are some of the different products of fermentation?

 

4.Human cells are capable of aerobic respiration and lactic acid fermentation. Respiration is the preferred process. Why? What causes your cells to switch from respiration to fermentation?



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