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Photosynthesis NoTe5

photosynthesis and respiration

Autotroph An organism that can make it's own food/energy
Heterotroph An organism that depends on other organisms to supply it's food/energy
Chlorophyll a green pigment on the chloroplast
Stomata opening of the underside of a leaf Lets out oxygen and brings in carbon dioxide
photosynthesis 2 stages
Stage 1 the process of a plant capturing the energy of the sun Chlorophyll absorbs the energy in the chloroplast and producing sugars.
Stage 2 the cell uses the energy to produce sugar and oxygen
Respiration cells break down sugar and release the energy
Stage 1 in the cytoplasm molecules of glucose are broken down into smaller molecules
Stage 2 in the mitochondria the smaller molecules use oxygen to further break down the molecules , which release energy
Fermentation When the body can't supply the cells oxygen anymore, fermentation supplies the cells with energy without using oxygen
Alcoholic occurs in yeast
Lactic Acid occurs in muscles