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P & R Test Review

Study these terms to prepare for your test on Photosynthesis and Respiration!

TermDefinition
autotroph an organism that can make its own food (can obtain its energy directly from the sun)
heterotroph an organism that cannot make its own food and must consume other organisms or the food other organisms make (cannot obtain energy directly from the sun)
chlorophyll a green colored chemical compound found in the chloroplasts of plant cells that can absorb light
stomata small openings on the underside of a leaf that allow carbon dioxide to enter and oxygen to exit
raw materials/reactants of photosynthesis carbon dioxide and water
products of photosynthesis glucose and oxygen
sunlight the condition that drives the chemical reaction forward in photosynthesis (causes the chemical reaction)
three things that happen to glucose produced in photosynthesis some is used by the plant for food, some is converted into cellulose for the cell wall, some is stored for later use
photosynthesis the process by which plants use light energy from the sun to change water and carbon dioxide into oxygen and glucose
respiration the process by which cells obtain energy from glucose
raw materials/reactants of respiration glucose and oxygen
products of respiration water, carbon dioxide, and energy
cytoplasm where stage one of respiration occurs
mitochondria where stage two of respiration occurs
reactants/raw materials what is needed for a chemical reaction to occur
products what is made from a chemical reaction
Created by: jlodico