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Photosynthesis Cell

Photosynthesis Cell Respiration Vocab

TermDefinition
Photosynthesis process of taking inorganic substances (H2O & CO2)in the presence of light and forming organic molecule (glucose – C6H12O6) and oxygen
Cellular respiration process of breaking the bonds of glucose to release energy for the cell in the form of ATP
Mitochondria cell organelle where cellular respiration occurs
Choloroplasts cell organelle where photosynthesis occurs
Chlorophyll green pigment that gives color to leaves
ATP adenosine triphosphate; form of energy produced by cellular respiration
ADP product left when a bond in ATP is broken to release energy
Reactants substances that go into the reaction
Products substances that are produced by the reaction
Inorganic substances substances that contain C or H but not both; acids, bases, salts, water
Organic substances substances that contain C-H bonds; carbs, lipids, proteins, nucleic acids
Created by: jgarrisi