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Respiration

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Photosynthesis process converting sunlight, water and CO2 to glucose
Respiration process converting glucose to ATP
ATP “energy currency” in the cell
Aerobic using oxygen
Anaerobic without oxygen
Fermentation a type of anaerobic metabolism
Lactic Acid byproduct of fermentation in most animals when there is not enough oxygen present for aerobic respiration.
Alcohol byproduct of fermentation in most plants, yeasts and bacteria and used to make bread, beer and wine
Mitochondria organelle where aerobic respiration takes place
Chloroplast organelle where photosynthesis takes place
Plant large, land-dwelling organism which photosynthesizes
Algae aquatic organism which photosynthesizes
Glucose storage form of energy in organisms, made by photosynthesis
Oxygen gas required for Aerobic respiration; product of photosynthesis
CarbonDioxide gas required for photosynthesis
Water product of respiration
Chlorophyll photosynthetic pigment found in plants
Light Dependent Reaction portion of photosynthesis that occurs in the thylakoids. Splits water using light energy and produces ATP for the Light Independent Reaction.
Light Independent Reaction portion of photosynthesis that occurs in the Stroma of the chloroplast. Uses carbondioxide and produces glucose.
Glycolysis First step of aerobic cellular respiration, happens in the cytoplasm.and produces 2 pyruvate molecules and 2 ATP
Created by: mrbstp
 

 



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