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energy strength for physical and mental activity
cellular respiration process of producing ATP by by breaking down carbon based molecules.
mitochondria -bean shaped organelle that supplies energy to the cell and has its own ribosomes and DNA
glycolysis breakdown of glucose by enzymes
aerobic process that requires oxygen
anaerobic process that doesnt require oxygen
Adenosine triphosphate (ATP)- molecule that transfers energy from the breakdown of food molecules to cell processes
enzyme protein that catalyzes chemical reactions for organisms
photosynthesis process by which light energy is converted to chemical energy, produces sugar and oxygen from carbon dioxide and water
chloroplast organelle that converts solar energy into chemical energy, contains chlorophyll
chlorophyll light absorbing pigment in photosynthetic organisms
xylem tissue that transports water and diffused minerals in vascular plants
glucose simple sugar that is an instant source of energy
stomata -pores in the cuticle of a plant through which gas exchange occurs
phloem tissue that transports sugars in vascular plants
grana stacks of thylakoids in the stroma in the chloroplast.
palisade layer layer of parallel cells below the epidermis of the leaf
spongy layer contains cells, allowing for air pockets.
guard cells pair of cells that controls the opening and closing of of a stoma in plant tissue
stroma the supportive tissue of an epithelial organ
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