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Cell Processes

Chapter 2 lesson 4

The products of photosynthesis Glucose and Oxygen
The products of cellular respiration ATP, carbon dioxide, and water
How do cells obtain energy? glycolysis and cellular respiration
glycolysis the break down of glucose
products of glycolysis glucose in smaller molecules and ATP
Where does glycolysis take place? cytoplasm
what do muscule cells use glucose to produce? lactic acid and ATP
What is ATP? ATP is a usable form of energy for the cell.
Where does fermentation take place? Cytoplasm
Where does Cellular Respiration take place in the cell? cytoplasm and mitochondrion
What is an example of aerobic respiration? cellular respiration
what are the reactants of cellular respiration? glucose and oxygen
What are the reactants of photosynthesis? carbon dioxide and water
What are the forms of active transport that allows large molecules to enter the cell using energy made by the cell? endocytosis
When molecules move from an area of high concentration to an area of low concentration until the cell reaches equilibrium is an example of ____________. diffusion
the diffusion of water osmosis
proteins used to help large molecules enter the cell during passive transport transport proteins
transport protein that allows glucose to enter the cell carrier protein
transport protein that allows atomic ions to enter the cell channel protein
when molecules move from an area of low concentration to an area of high concentration using the cell's energy active transport
Where do smaller molecules of glucose and oxygen combine to create ATP, water, and carbon dioxide? mitochondrion
Where does anaerobic respiration take place? cytoplasm
vesicles allow materials that are too large to enter the cell endocytosis
when molecules move from an area of high concentration to low concentration diffusion
cells transport potassium and sodium ions through the cell membrane channel proteins
the break down of glucose glycolysis
when your muscles are over used, they run low on ________________ when creating ATP. oxygen
waste product of photosynthesis oxygen
a bacterium cell prokaryote cell
a waste product of cellular respiration carbon dioxide
passive transport of water through a membrane osmosis