The process plants use to capture light energy to make glucose
The molecule that provides energy for a cell's activities
What do you call the chemicals
USED in a reaction
What does anaerobic mean?
What is another name for anaerobic respiration?
Where does photosynthesis take place in a plant cell?
What is the green pigment that absorbs light energy for photosynthesis?
When does photosynthesis occur?
During the daytime
What is the purpose of photosynthesis?
to change sunlight energy into food (Glucose)
What are the products of
1 Glucose and 6 Oxygen
Where does aerobic cellular respiration take place in the cell?
The number of ATPs produced in aerobic cellular respiration.
What substrate begins aerobic cellular respiration?
How many enzymes are needed for aerobic respiration?
How do plants benifit from aerobic cellular respiration?
The waste products (CO2 and H20) are used
as reactants for photosynthesis along with sunlight
Anaerobic cellular respiration does
not use . . .
The number of ATPs produced in anaerobic cellular respiration.
Where in the cell does this process (anaerobic) occur?
What molecule is used as a substrate for Anaerobic respiration?
What substrate will be made at the end of this anaerobic respiration?Where will this substrate go?
will go to the mitochondria
Write the formula for glucose.
C6 H12 O6
What is the formula for anaerobic and
aerobic cellular respiration combined?
C6H12O6 + 6O2 6CO2 + 6H2O + 36 ATP
Write the formula for anaerobic respiration that occurs in MUSCLE cells.
Glucose Lactic Acid + 2ATP
Write the formula for the form of anaerobic cellular respiration that
occurs in yeast cells.
Glucose alcohol + carbon dioxide + 2 ATP
What is the chemical formula for photosynthesis?
6CO2 +6H20 + Sunlight C6H1206 + 602
How does glucose and oxygen get
into the cell?
By diffusion (going from a high concentration to a low concentration)
What chemical do ALL forms of anaerobic cell respiration start with?
What chemical causes cramps in overworked muscles?
Why can't human cells survive on
It does not provide enough ATP for our cells to function
Why do we need plants, but plants don't need us?
Plants make O2 as a waste product
from photosynthesis which we benefit from.
BUT...they also make CO2 and H20 during cellular respiration, which they need to begin
photosynthesis! We don't provide their CO2