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Unit 6 Review

Photosynthesis and Ceillular Respiration

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What are the reactants of photosynthesis? Carbon dioxide and water
What are the products of photosynthesis? Glucose (sugar), Oxygen and Water
What the reactants of cellular respiration? Glucose, Oxygen and water
What are the products of cellular respiration? Carbon dioxide, energy (ATP) and Water
Where does photosynthesis take place within the cell? Chloroplast
Where does cellular respiration take place within the cell? Mitochondria
The process that green plants use to make food is called... Photosynthesis
The name of the energy molecule that is produced in cellular respiration ATP
The green pigment that is used to capture sunlight is called... Chlorophyll
In a chemical reaction, the starting materials are called the Reactants
In a chemical reaction, the substance(s) made are called the Products
Created by: asciencefox