Review for cellular respiration. I would recommend writing down your answers on a piece of paper rather than just saying or thinking the answers. Question: What is the name of the process that happens in the mitochondria? Answer: Cellular respiration Question: What is the abbreviation for oxygen gas? Answer: O2 Question: What is the abbreviation for carbon dioxide? Answer: CO2 Question: What is the abbreviation for glucose? Answer: C6H12O6 Question: What is the abbreviation for water? Answer: H2 O Question: What is the formula for cellular respiration? Answer: C6H12O6 + 6O2 → 6CO2 + 6H2O + ATP Question: What is the ‘powerhouse of the cell’? Answer: Mitochondria Question: Why is the ‘powerhouse of the cell’ a good name for the mitochondria? Answer: (in your words) Because the mitochondria make energy from fuel just like a powerplant Question: What is needed in the mitochondria for cellular respiration? Answer: 6 water and one glucose (food) Question: Where is the energy made in the mitochondria stored? Answer: ATP Question: What does ATP stand for? Answer: Adenosine triphosphate Question: What is ATP like? Answer: ATP is like a rechargeable battery. Question: What is made in the process of cellular respiration? Question: What do we call the energy stored in food? Answer: Calories Answer: 6 carbon dioxides, 6 waters and ATPs are charge up with the power to do work in the cells Question: Does cellular respiration happen in plant cells too? Answer: Yes, the sugars from photosynthesis are the fuel for making energy for the plant Question: Where does cellular respiration occur? Answer: In the mitochondria Question: C6H12O6 + 6O2 → 6CO2 + 6H2O + ATP What is this formula for? Answer: Cellular respiration Question: Is there any relationship between cellular respiration and photosynthesis? Answer: They are opposite one another. Kinda sorta.