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Unit 6 OCS Biology

reactants what is needed- the left side of the equation
products what is made- the right side of the equation
cellular respiration all living things must break down carbohydrates to make energy (ATP)
ATP ENERGY that is produced during respiration using the energy found in carbohydrates.
Mitochondria The organelle where cellular respiration takes place. (the powerhouse of the cell)
Anaerobic If oxygen is not present, cells can perform anaerobic respiration. It produces less ATP than aerobic respiration.
Aerobic Oxygen is present and cell performs respiration. Makes lots of ATP.
Photosythesis Plants use energy from the SUN to turn CO2 and H2O into carbohydrates which are food for plants.
Chloroplast Organelle that absorbs sunlight and then uses the light energy, CO2 and H2O to perform photosynthesis.
Created by: kristen.seward