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science vocab 2

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glucose a sugar that occurs especially in a naturally occurring form that is found in plants, fruits, and blood and is a source of energy for living things
heterotroph an organism (as a insect, bird,fish,human)that cannot make its own food and must obtain it by eating another animal or plant
autotroph an organism that can make its own food from substances that do not come from other living things. plants for example
cellular respiration when a hetrotroph combines glucose and oxygen in the mitochondria to produce energy and the waste products carbon dioxide and water
photosynthesis the process by witch plants and some bacteria and protist that contain chlorophyll make carbohydrates from water and from crarbon dioxside in the air in the presence of light
stoma a small opening witch is surrounding by two guard cells and through which moisture and gasses pass in and out of the epidermis of a leaf
Created by: luke kalinowski