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7th-2017-Science chapter 5

Where are the chloroplasts located? cell
What is sugar combined with? water
What is cellulose made from? photosynthesis
What produces sugar and releases carbon dioxide? oxygen
What is sugar broken down to release? energy
Where does cellular respiration occur? the cell's mitochondria
Does aerobic cellular respiration use oxygen? yes
What are enzymes? catalysts
Does anaerobic cellular respiration? no
Where does alcoholic fermentation occur? yeast
Where does lactic acid fermentation occur? human muscles
What is a gas produced in alcoholic fermentation? carbon dioxide
In a multicellular organism, tissues are organized into what structures? organs
What causes turgor pressure? when a vacuole fills with water and it stiffness
Give an example of turgor pressure? rotting log
cellular respiration the process by which cells obtain usable energy from energy sources
How do enzymes act as catalysts? they are substances that help change other substances without changing themselves
Where within the cell does cellular respiration occur? fats and proteins
What substance does aerobic respiration use that anaerobic respiration does not use? oxygen
Give an example of anaerobic respiration? plant
What is the primary pigment of photosynthesis? chlorophyll (green)
In what organelle does photosynthesis occur? chloroplast
What are the end products of photosynthesis? plants gaining food and pigment
Created by: pigsrule150