GloryLove
  • GloryLove
So, I just started my ninth grade honors biology, and I'm having a bit of difficulty with anaerobic respiration and how it is effected by temperature. I understand that if it's too cold, it'll kill off the organism, and if it's too hot it'll kill off the organism. The assignment comes with a graph, but I'm still a bit confused with it.
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shrutipande9
  • shrutipande9
wat is d graph like...i can try to help
GloryLove
  • GloryLove
Awesome! Give me a moment, I'm attaching it now.
GloryLove
  • GloryLove
The first question is 1. How is anaerobic respiration affected by changes in temperature?
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GloryLove
  • GloryLove
Maybe it's a bit of morning sluggishness, but, I'm a little bit confused.
shrutipande9
  • shrutipande9
see you know that every enzyme has its optimum temperature..rite? anaerobic respiration requires enzymes obviously.
GloryLove
  • GloryLove
Yeah, I pretty much know that.
shrutipande9
  • shrutipande9
so you get the maximum anaerobic activity in that optimum temp which is around 35 deg c acording to the graph due the enzymes.
GloryLove
  • GloryLove
Oh, okay. Duh. And after that, it kills off the organism, right?
GloryLove
  • GloryLove
Past 35 degrees c and cyanobacteria and other autotrophs can't complete anaerobic respiration, I guess?
shrutipande9
  • shrutipande9
yes....these anaerobes being very small organisms die off due to high temp.
shrutipande9
  • shrutipande9
ya btw killing of organism does not occur everytime...some organisms are capable of resisting variable temperatures.

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