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Accelerated Photosynthesis and Cellular Respiration

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Chemicals that are produced by a chemical reaction. Products
Second stage of photosynthesis where light energy is NOT required. Light independent
The process where plants, algae and some bacteria capture sunlight energy and change it into glucose. Photosynthesis
Food energy that is produced in photosynthesis and used in cellular respiration. Glucose
The process where oxygen is used to break down food to make energy. Cellular respiration
The organelle in the cell where the process of photosynthesis occurs. Chloroplasts
The type of energy that is required for photosynthesis. Light energy
The main pigment used for capturing light energy in photosynthesis. Chlorophyll
An organelle in the cell where the process of respiration occurs. Mitochondria
A gas required for photosynthesis and released during respiration. Carbon dioxide
The first stage of photosynthesis where light energy is used. Light dependent.
Chemicals that are required in order for a reaction to occur. Reactants.
A gas that is a byproduct of photosynthesis and is used to release food energy. Oxygen
The type of energy that is released through respiration. ATP energy
Saclike structure in a chloroplast that contains chlorophyll and captures sunlight energy. Thylakoid
Openings in a leaf that allow carbon dioxide and oxygen exchange. Stomata
The fluid in the chloroplast where glucose molecules are synthesized. Stroma
Carbon dioxide + water (sunlight)---->glucose + oxygen Photosynthesis equation
Glucose + Oxygen ----> carbon dioxide + water + Energy (ATP) Respiration equation
Reactants (or raw materials) of photosyntheis carbon dioxide and water
Reactants (or raw materials) of (cellular) respiration. glucose and oxygen
Products of photosynthesis glucose and oxygen
Products of (cellular) respiration carbon dioxide, water and energy