How does temperature affect cellular respiration in crickets
In addition to its effect on the rate of photosynthesis, temperature will also affect the rate of the other biochemical reactions which synthesise the components of Chlorella cells to enable them to grow. There is a further complication that temperature will also increase the rate of respiration and if the Q 10 of this process is different to the Q 10 for photosynthesis, then the net effect of temperature on growth may be influenced by the balance between photosynthesis and respiration. Hypothetically, warmertemperatures should lead to an increase in the rate of cellular respiration. Independent Variable: (include range and units)The independent variable is the temperature at 10, 18, and 24 degrees Celsius of theenvironment of the cricket.