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This graph shows the relationship between anaerobic respiration and temperature. How is anaerobic respiration affected by changes in temperature? (5 points) Based on the conditions of early Earth, what conclusion can you draw about the amount of anaerobic respiration that was occurring at Earth’s beginning? Explain your answer. (5 points) If there was a sudden drop in temperature after the evolution of the first living cells, predict how that might have affected the changes in the atmosphere and the evolution of cyanobacteria and other autotrophs. Explain your answer. (5 points)

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  1. shesolitt
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    I'm not good at these, sorry :(

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    Well, as the temperature increases from -20 to +35 C, what happens to the amount of fermentation?

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    Then what happens as the temperature goes from 35 C to 60 C? What does this suggest to you about suitable conditions for fermentation?

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