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Plant Processes

Sol 7.5

Photosynthesis Use sunlight to make food
Respiration produces and releases energy
Stomata pores in the epidermis in a leaf
Guard Cells A curved cell that surrounds the stoma
Chlorophyll A green pigment located in the chloroplast
Light dependent reaction use sunlight to make two molecules used for photosynthesis
Light independent reaction a chemical reaction that converts other compounds into glucose
Energy Pyramid A energy flow in a community
Producer make their own food
Mitochondrion release energy from cell
Autotrophs An organism that is able to produce nutritional organic substances
Consumers An organism that gets food from other producers
Herbivore A person or an animal that only eats plants
Carnivores A person or animal, or thing that eats only flesh
Decomposers An organism that decomposes organic material
Spongy layer loosely packed chlorophyll that fills part of a leaf
Palisade layer A layer of parallel elongated cells on the epidermis of a leaf.
Raw materials The basic material from which the product is made
oxygen Used for plants and animals during the respiration process
carbon dioxide what we breathe after we breathe oxygen
Glucose Plant food
Products something manufactured by an organelle
Created by: Akhyah.Collins
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