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Unit 04-PS,CR

Which phase does not require light to work in photosynthesis? light-independent
What are the 3 parts/phases of aerobic cellular respiration? glycolysis, Kreb’s cycle(Citric Acid cycle), Electron transport chain
What are the 2 specific types of anaerobic cellular respiration? lactic acid, ethanol(alcohol)
What is term for those organisms that do photosynthesis and the 3 examples? autotrophs – plants, some algae, some protists
In what organelle does Krebs cycle take place and # of ATP produced? mitochondria – 2
What is definition of heterotroph? organism that must ingest the glucose from plants or the animals that eat the plants (do not make their own food)
How many ATP’s are produced with anaerobic cellular respiration? 2
What is structure of ATP? nucleotide with 2 extra phosphate groups
Balanced formula for photosynthesis 6CO2 + 6H2O + light → C6H12O6 + 6O2
In what organelle does Electron Transport Chain take place and # of ATP produced? mitochondria – 32 to 34
What are the 2 terms for the general ways we can do cellular respiration? What do they mean? aerobic – needs oxygen, anaerobic-does not need oxygen
What are the products of photosynthesis? glucose (C6H12O6) + oxygen
Anaerobic cellular respiration only has 1 phase before fermentation, which is it? glycolysis
What product is directly created in the light-independent phase? glucose (C6H12O6)
What organelle does photosynthesis? chloroplast
With ATP molecule, what happens when a phosphate bond is broken? energy is released
What are the reactants for photosynthesis ? carbon dioxide, water, light energy
Where ultimately does all energy come from? sun
What is purpose of ATP? for energy
Formula for cellular respiration: C6H12O6 + 6O2 → 6CO2 + 6H2O + energy
What are the 2 energy molecules that get created in light dependent phase? ATP, NADPH
What type of organisms do cellular respiration? all living organisms
Total number of ATP produced from 1 glucose molecule in the full aerobic cellular respiration? 36-38
Can the rate of photosynthesis continue getting faster indefinitely if given more light? Why not? no, chlorophyll becomes saturated so the rate levels out
In what reaction/phase does the CO2 come into? light-independent
What are the 2 reactions (phases/stages) in photosynthesis and in the correct order of how it happens? light dependent + light independent (Calvin cycle)
What are the 4 factors that affect the rate of photosynthesis? light, water, CO2, temperature because of enzymes
Do plants do cellular respiration? yes
What happens when a phosphate bond is broken from ATP? energy is released
Created by: thompsondk