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Unit 6 Study Guide

Photosynthesis and Cellular Respiration

Where does photosynthesis take place? In the chloroplasts
Where does cellular respiration take place? In the mitochondria.
When does photosynthesis happen? During the day time when there is sunlight.
When doe cellular respiration happen? All the time!
What are the inputs or reactants for photosynthesis? Sunlight (energy), water (H2O), and carbon dioxide (CO2).
What are the inputs or reactants for cellular respiration? Sugar (glucose) and oxygen (O2).
What are the outputs or products for photosynthesis? Sugar (glucose) and oxygen (O2).
What are the outputs or products for cellular respiration? ATP (energy), water (H2O), and carbon dioxide (CO2).
What type of cell does photosynthesis take place in? Plant cells.
What type of cell does cellular respiration take place in? Plants and animal cells.
What is the energy result for photosynthesis? Energy is stored as glucose.
What is the energy result for cellular respiration? Energy is released as ATP.
What organelles, organs, and/or organ systems are involved with photosynthesis? Chloroplasts: stroma, xylem, and leaves.
What organelles, organs, and/or organ systems are involved with cellular respiration? Mitochondria: cytoplasm, respiratory system, and digestive system.
Created by: julietfogel12



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