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Cellular Energy

Photosynthesis and Cellular Respiration

TermDefinition
Location of aerobic cellular respiration mitochondria
Location of anaerobic cellular respiration cytoplasm
Location of photosynthesis chloroplast
aerobic respiration Uses oxygen
anaerobic respiration Uses no oxygen
heterotroph eats other organisms for energy
autotroph makes own food
cellular respiration turns chemical energy into ATP
photosynthesis turns light energy into chemical energy
fermentation (2 types) Lactic acid and alcoholic
raw materials/reactants for photosynthesis sunlight + carbon dioxide + water
products for photosynthesis glucose + oxygen
raw material/reactants for cellular respiration oxygen + glucose
products for cellular respiration carbon dioxide + water + ATP
Where is energy stored in an ATP molecule? Between the phosphate bonds
When ATP is used it turns into ______ ADP
ATP energy
where does lactic acid fermentation occur? muscles and tissues
where does alcoholic fermentation occur? plant cells and yeast
angiosperm plant that produces flowers (has seeds and can make fruit)
gymnosperms produces seeds within a cone
xylem moves water up the plant
phloem moves food down the the plant
3 parts of an ATP molecule adenine, ribose sugar,3 phosphates
Created by: lwebber
 

 



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