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Processes of Photosynthesis and Cellular Respiration

Plants the only organism that does photosynthesis
Photosynthesis chemical reaction of natural substances to make glucose
Chlorophyll located inside the chloroplasts; obtains the sunlight; acts as a "factory" to make the glucose
When does Photosynthesis occur? Photosynthesis only occurs in the daytime because this in the only time light is present
Purpose of Photosynthesis to make glucose(sugar) which is later turned into energy for the plant to use
Formula for Photosynthesis 6CO2+6H20+SUNLIGHT--->C6H1206+O2
Who needs Photosynthesis? plants are extremely important to the universe, without plants doing Photosynthesis, people wouldn't survive.
What are the inputs of Photosynthesis? Water (H2O), Carbon Dioxide (CO2), and Sunlight
Plants, Animals, and People the organisms that do Cellular Respiration
Cellular Respiration process that makes energy
When does Cellular Respiration occur? all the time- day and night
Purpose of Cellular Respiration to turn the glucose made from Photosynthesis into energy for the plant
Formula for Cellular Respiration C6H1206+O2--->6CO2+H20=ATP (formula for Photosynthesis backwards.)
What's needed to do Cellular Respiration? glucose and oxygen are needed to make the energy
What's ATP? ATP is a form of energy (chemical energy) that respiration makes for the plant to use
Forms of glucose made starch and cellulose
What is starch used for? starch is a form of glucose that is easier to break down, and stored for later use
What's cellulose? a form of glucose that is used for building cell parts
Where does cellular respiration occur? in the mitochondria
What does mitochondria do? glucose goes to the mitochondria, and this is the place where the ATP is made, and sent out to parts of the plant
Where's mitochondria located? in the cell of the plant
Lizzi Kehoe Period 1
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