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Photo n Respiration

TermDefinition
Autotroph Also known as producers, they are the photosynthetic organisms such as plants in an ecosystem
Chloropoast Site of photosynthesis
Consumer Organism that obtains their nutrients from eating other organisms (also known as heterotrophs)
Guard Cells Regulate the passage of water and gases into and out of a leaf
Heterotroph Organism that cannot make their own food and rely on getting it from other organisms (also known as consumer)
Mitochondria Site of cellular respiration
Photosynthesis Process of converting inorganic compounds (water and carbon dioxide) into glucose using light as an energy source
Producer Also known as autotrophs, they are organisms that make their own food through photosynthesis
Recycling Reusing materials instead of discarding them as waste
Respiration Life process that breaks apart glucose to create ATP
Stomata The opening in a leaf where gases and water are exchanged between the plant and the environment, controlled by guard cells.
Solar energy Energy that comes from the sun
Created by: hhazzard