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Cell Energy

Cell Energy Review - most important terms

photosynthesis reaction in producers that uses water, carbon dioxide, and sunlight to produce food (glucose) and oxygen
glucose a simple sugar produced by photosynthesis and used by cell respiration
chloroplast organelle in plants where photosynthesis takes place
cellular respiration reaction that uses glucose and oxygen to produce water, carbon dioxide, and ATP
mitochondria organelle in all eukaryotes where cellular respiration takes place
aerobic respiration cellular respiration that requires oxygen; produces a high amount of ATP
anaerobic respiration cellular respiration that takes place without oxygen; produces a very low amount of ATP
ATP adenosine triphosphate; the direct source of energy for cell processes
lactic acid fermentation anaerobic respiration that produces lactic acid; ex. milk bacteria, muscle cells when no oxygen is present
alcoholic fermentation anaerobic respiration that produces alcohol and carbon dioxide; ex. yeast - baking or brewing
Created by: jdriscoll