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Biology - Unit 6

Cell Energy

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Organisms that eat autotrophs primary consumers or herbivores
Organisms that eat only herbivores secondary consumers or carnivores
Organisms that eat secondary consumers tertiary consumers
Removing a phosphate group from ATP to make ADP _________ energy. releases
Organisms that produce their own food are called Autotrophs or producers
Organisms that have to consume food for energy are called Heterotrophs or consumers
What are the reactants of cellular respiration? oxygen and glucose
What are the reactants of photosynthesis? carbon dioxide, water, and energy
What are the products of cellular respiration? carbon dioxide, water, and energy
What are the products of photosynthesis? oxygen and glucose
Photosynthesis takes place in the chloroplast
Cellular respiration takes place in mitochondria
1st step of photosynthesis - requires light energy to split water into oxygen gas and hydrogen atoms. Light-Dependent Reactions
2nd step of photosynthesis - uses ATP as its source of energy to add hydrogen atoms to carbon dioxide and make glucose. Calvin Cycle
The initial source of energy for most communities is sunlight.
The energy released from ATP breaking down into ADP is used to perform cellular work & life functions.
Organisms that break down organic matter and return nutrients to the environment. decomposers
Anaerobic process that harvests energy from food to make ATP. fermentation
Type of fermentation that produces lactic acid. lactic acid fermentation
Type of fermentation that produces ethyl alcohol and carbon dioxide. alcoholic fermentation
Involving or requiring oxygen aerobic
Involving or requiring an absence of oxygen anaerobic
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