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ResperationandFermt

resperation and fermintation

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Autotroph and organism that can produce its own food/energy. Ex: plants
Heterotroph an organism that depends on other to supply its food/energy Ex:human and animals.
Chlorophyll a pigment in the chloroplasts.
Stomata opening of of the underside of the leaf. Lets out oxygen and brings in carbon dioxide.
Photosynthesis – 2 stages – stage 1- the process of a plant capturing the energy of the sun (chlorophyll) and absorbing the energy in the chloroplasts. - stage 2- the cell uses the energy to produce sugars and oxygen.
Photosynthesis equation Carbon dioxide + water ------------> sugar + oxygen
Fermentation When the body can't supply the cells oxygen anymore, fermentation supplies the cells with energy without using oxygen. 2 kinds alcoholic - occurs in yeast lactic acid occurs in muscles
Created by: Cameron Thibault