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J.Sills Energy

J.Sills Respiration and Photosynthesis

chloroplast (process) site of photosynthesis
chloroplast (function) captures light energy and uses it to make sugar
glucose sugar made by plants during photosynthesis
chlorophyll captures energy from the sun
starch stored sugar in plants
glycogen stored sugar in animals
sunlight, water, and carbon dioxide reactants of photosynthesis
glucose and oxygen products of photosynthesis
glucose and oxygen reactants of cellular respiration
water, carbon dioxide, and ATP products of cellular respiration
ATP energy
anaerobic process that does not need oxygen
aerobic process that needs oxygen
chemosynthesis process that uses energy from inorganic substances to make food/sugar
photosynthesis process that uses energy from the sun to make food/sugar
cellular respiration process that breaks down sugars to make energy for cells
mitochondria (process) site of cellular respiration
mitochondria (function) organelle that breaks down sugars to make energy
C6H12O6 + 6 O2 ==> 6 H2O + 6 CO2 (+ATP) chemical equation for cellular respiration
6 H2O + 6 CO2 (+sunlight) ==> C6H12O6 + 6 O2 chemical equation for photosynthesis
vascular tissue used in plants to circulate water, sugar, and other nutrients to all cells of the plant
xylem tissue in plants that transports water
phloem tissue in plants that transports sugar
producer organism that makes its own food
consumer organism that must eat other organisms for food
autotroph another name for producer
heterotroph another name for consumer
fermentation anaerobic process used by bacteria and yeast to release energy from sugars
Created by: jsills
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