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Part 1.
Function and Equation for Respiration
1. Click on the following links and use the information provided to write a definition of cellular respiration in your own words.2. Identify which living things carry out the process of respiration.3. Write the chemical equation for cellular respiration. Label the reactants and products. Where have you seen something like this equation before? Explain.4. How does the equation for cellular respiration compare with the equation for photosynthesis?5. What is ATP? Why is it an important product of cellular respiration?6. Using the same link from #5, write the chemical equation for the breakdown of ATP. Does the reaction release energy (exothermic) or absorb energy (endothermic)? Support your answer.7. Write the equation for the synthesis of ATP. Does the reaction release energy (exothermic) or absorb energy (endothermic)? Support your answer.
Use the following link to answer questions 8-10:
8. What is the main site of respiration in the cell?9. Make a sketch of the respiration organelle and label its parts.10. What energy molecules are produced in this respiration organelle?11. What is the difference between aerobic and anaerobic cellular respiration?12. Click on the �Cellular respiration� link and scroll down to fermentation. What is lactic acid fermentation? Where does it occur?13. What does a build up of lactic acid cause?14. What is alcoholic fermentation?15. In what industry is alcoholic fermentation important?16. Which produces the larger amount of energy � aerobic or anaerobic respiration? Support your answer with information from the reading.
17. Write a summary of cellular respiration. In your response:

The equation for photosynthesis is: Cellular Respiration and Photosynthesis

Cyanobacteria are the evolutionarily oldest organisms with the capability of evolving oxygen, giving rise to the present day atmosphere. These prokaryotic microorganisms have the unique ability to perform oxygenic photosynthesis and respiration in the same cellular compartment. Some cyanobacteria can also fix atmospheric nitrogen alongside oxygenic photosynthesis and respiration. The redox components of these electron transport pathways are known to intersect in cyanobacteria. Majority of the energy‐intensive processes occur in specialised membranes known as thylakoids. The coexistence of such remarkably complex metabolic pathways in a single cyanobacterial cell provides them with the potential to thrive in a wide variety of ecosystems. This metabolic complexity has sparked significant interest towards cyanobacterial research for the production of various high‐value compounds with applications in the food, feed and fuel industry.

What's the difference between Cellular Respiration and Photosynthesis

4. How does the equation for cellular respiration compare with the equation for photosynthesis?

RO or DI System?
As for what is is better to use, RO or DI, the short answer is if an optimum Reverse Osmosis Filter/Unit is used that utilizes quality TFC (thin film composite) membranes such as the premium Pentair medical grade membrane and activated catalytic carbon block filters, along with a build that properly utilizes the membrane without "flow-by", then the RO unit is more than adequate!

Unfortunately many persons read the "cut and past" hype in many forums, then fall for the cheap price of many Amazon/eBay combined RO/DI units that often cost less than a good quality 3 stage RO unit only.
However when common sense logic is applied, if you are using an RO unit such as the AAP/TMC that applies the features already noted, you will get basically 0 nitrates, 0 phosphates, and 0 chlorine/chloramines and NOT get the concentrated ammonia or other molecules due to high rejection rates and inefficient membranes that then result in your DI resin chamber working over time to removes these! The result is the need to replace these DI resins every 50 gallons of produced water or even less leading to operation cost that far exceed any real or imagined benefit of purchasing these lower cost combined RO/DI filters!!

About all the DI (which means De-ionized) really does for an aquarium keeper over a well designed/quality RO unit is produce a neutral pH water. For marine reef tanks this is unnecessary based on my extensive use and comparison over the years. For a softwater Amazon biotope aquarium, since the KH buffers are stripped by the RO unit, the simple addition of an acid buffer or the natural nitrification bio processes will reduce this pH.