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Photosynthesis Voc

Cellular Respiration and Photosynthesis Vocabulary(Ms.White CMS)

TermDefinition
cellular respiration series of chemical reactions that convert the energy in food molecules into ATP
energy usable power
photosynthesis series of chemical reactions that convert light energy, water, and carbon dioxide into glucose and give off oxygen
raw material material in natural state
autotrophs organism that makes its own food
heterotrophs organism that cannot make their own food
carbon dioxide colorless, odorless gas absorbed by plants during photosynthesis; it's a raw material of photosynthesis
water absorbed through the root and a necessary ingredient of photosynthesis; raw material of photosynthesis
oxygen colorless, odorless gas released during photosynthesis; product of photosynthesis
glucose the result of carbon dioxide, water, and light energy in photosynthesis which provides food and energy for the plant; product of photosynthesis
chloroplast organelle in a plant cell in which photosynthesis occurs
chlorophyll captures light energy from the sun
stomata small openings on the underside of leaves that allow gasses (carbon dioxide and oxygen) to flow in and out
xylem tubes in the stem of plants used to transport water throughout the plant
phloem tubes in the stems of plants used to transport glucose or sugar to provide energy to the plant
Created by: jenniwhite27