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What is the formula/ reactants of photosynthesis? Carbon dioxide+ water+ sunlight
What is the formula/ product of photosynthesis? glucose+ oxygen
What is the formula/ reactants of respiration? glucose+oxygen
What is the formula/ product of respiration? carbon dioxide+ water+ ATP
What does CO2 stand for? carbon dioxide
What does H2O stand for? water
What does C6H12O6 stand for? glicose
What does O2 stand for? oxygen
What does light energy and ATP stand for? energy
What is the green pigment involved called? Chlorophyll
Where, in the cell, does photosynthesis take place? Chloroplast
What kind of organism carry out photosynthesis? plants
When does photosynthesis take place? Day light
Where in the cell does respiration take place? mitochondria
What kind of organisms carry out respiration? plants and animals
When does respiration take place? day and night
what is fermentation? Anaerobic respiration
what is not needed for fermentation to occur? oxygen
what is produced as a result of fermentation? Lactic acid
What is diffusion? movement of particles from an area of high to low concentration
what is osmosis? Diffusion w/ water across the cell membrane
Nothing can go through the membrane? impermeable
somethings can go through? semi-permeable
Anything can go through? permeable
what is formed during mitosis? 2 new nuclei
what are the 6 stages of mitosis? Inter phase, pro phase, meta phase, anaphase, telophase, cytokineses
what are the 4 steps of mitosis? pro phase, meta phase, anaphase, telophase
Created by: orylie