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Plant Processes

To review plant processes - photosynthesis, respiration, transpiration

Photosynthesis A process by which green plants make their food with the help of Carbon Dioxide and water in the presence of sunlight.
Respiration ____________is important to most organisms because food energy is converted into a form for cell use.
Chloroplast Photosynthesis occurs in plants in specialized organelles called ____
Mitochondria An organelle that helps in cellular respiration.
Transpiration A process by which plants lose excess water
Chlorophyll You are outside admiring the flowers on a rose bush. Looking at the green leaves, the green light is reflected from _________.
Stomata When a plant is losing too much water, it can close its ____________.
Leaves Carbon dioxide enters a plant through its __________.
ATP A form of energy produced during cellular respiration.
Glucose A product formed during photosynthesis.
Guard Cells A type of structures surrounding each stomata that allow it to open and close.
Reverse Photosynthesis and cellular respiration are ________ processes of each other.
Roots Part of the plant that helps it to anchor to the ground.
Created by: Sanand