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photosynthisis and resperation card

autotroph an organism that makes it's own food/ energy (Independent) I.E. Plants
Heterotroph an organism that depends on other organisms to supply their energy/ food (dependent) I.E. Humans and animals
Chlorophyll a green pigment in the chloroplasts
Stomata opening in the underside of a leaf. lets out oxygen and brings in carbon dioxide.
photosynthisis the process in which a plant captures energy from the sun - chlrorphyll absorbs the energy in the chloroplasts - (Stage one) and uses energy, carbon dioxide, and water to make sugars for energy/ food and oxygen (stage two)
Carbon Dioxide + Water -----> Light energy = sugar + oxygen photosyntisis formula, oppisite for respiration
Respiration Cells break down sugars and release the energy
Stage one In cytoplasm molecules of glucose are broken down into smaller molecules
Stage two in the mitochondria, the smaller molecules use oxygen to further break down the molecules which release energy
Respiration formula Sugar + Oxygen -----> Light energy = Carbon Dioxide + water
Fermentation when the body can't supply the cells oxygen anymore, this supplies the cells without sing oxygen There are two types Alcoholic and lactic Acid
Where does Alcoholic Fermentation occur? in yeast
where does lactic acid Fermentation occur? In Muscles
Created by: maggymnastics