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Write the chemical equation for photosynthesis. Carbon dioxide, water, and light energy into oxygen and glucose
Write chemical equation for respiration. glucose and oxygen into carbon dioxide water and atp energy
Where in the cell does photosynthesis take place? chloroplasts
Where in the cell does cellular respiration take place? mitochondria
What is the main function of a carbohydrate? energy supply
Plants use sun to produce glucose. This process is called? photosynthesis
What does photosynthesis produce? oxygen and glucose
The energy produced by respiration is in the form of? ATP
How does a heterotroph get food? eats other animals
Why do plants need water? to perform photosynthesis
What is the ultimate source of all food energy? sun
List 3 examples of a hetertroph? animals, people, and mushroom
List 3 examples of a autotroph? algi, tree, flower
Which organisms can never carry out photosynthesis? animals
Photosynthesis inputs carbon dioxide, water, and light energy
Photosynthesis outputs oxygen and glucose
Photosynthesis main products oxygen and glucose
Cellular respiration inputs oxygen and glucose
Cellular respiration outputs carbon dioxide, water, and atp energy
Cellular respiration main products carbon dioxide, water, and atp energy
Define a heterotroph something that gets its food by eating other organisms
Define a autotroph something that performs photosynthesis
Define chlorophyll green pigment that absorbs light energy in photosynthesis
Define ATP the form of energy produced during cellular respiration
In one sentence, summarize photosynthesis when a plant uses carbon dioxide, water, and light energy to make oxygen and glucose
In 1 sentence, summarize cellular respiration respiration breaks down carbohydrates, and takes oxygen and glucose and turns it into water, carbon dioxide, and atp energy
Why do plants have both chloroplasts and mitochondria? They perform both photosynthesis and cellular respiration.
Created by: mackenzie wray