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Biology Ch. 8 and 9

Vocabulary words related to respiration and photosynthesis

TermDefinition
Chlorophyll Light absorbing pigment in plants
Mitochondria Main respiration location
Glycolysis Respiration stage - glucose becomes pyruvic acids
Calvin Cycle PSN stage - produces high energy sugars
Krebs Cycle Respiration stage - produces carbon dioxide and electron carriers
Electron Transport Chain Respiration stage - produces much of the ATP
Light Dependent Reaction PSN stage - produces ATP, NADPH, and oxygen
Autotroph Organisms that produce food
Heterotroph Organism that consumes energy (food)
ATP Energy storing molecule
Lactic Acid Fermentation Produces energy without oxygen in muscle cells
Anaerobic Means lacking oxygen
Respiration Process - burns glucose in the presence of oxygen
Photosynthesis Process - Uses sunlight to create glucose and oxygen
Chloroplast PSN location
Aerobic Means oxygen is present
Created by: Mrs.Benc