in the process of photosynthesis, plants convert _________ energy to _________
which of the following refers to respiration without oxygen?
a waste product of cellular respiration is
the products of yeast fermentation are
ethanol and ATP
the amount of energy produced in aerobic cellular respiration is ____ the energy produced during anaerobic respiration
much more than
the amount of energy produced in yeast fermentation is _____ the energy produced during aerobic cellular respiration
much less than
how does a plant get gases in and out?
diffusion through stomates
which of the following is not produced in the light-dependent reaction in photosynthesis?
the source of the oxygen released into the atmosphere during photosynthesis is
the light dependent reaction takes place in the ____ and the light independent reaction takes place in the ___
what chemical absorbs light during photosynthesis?
the carbon in the glucose that plants make comes from
where is chlorophyll in a plant cell?
what supplies a plant with energy so it can make food?
which is the correct balanced equation for cellular (aerobic) respiration?
C6H12O6 + 6O2 ----> 6CO2 + 6H2O + energy
what are the reactants in the overall process of photosynthesis?
water and carbon dioxide
about how many chloroplasts can be found in photosynthetic cells?
in which part of a plant would you find the most chloroplasts?
at the top half of the leaf
in what process is Kreb's cycle found?
aerobic cellular respiration
in what process is the Calvin cycle found?
which organelles would you expect to find in greater abundance in muscle cells than in most other cells?
after plants make glucose, they can convert some to ____ for long-term energy storage
which of these processes allow cells to release energy from food?
cellular respiration, yeast fermentation
why do scientists think that loss of some rain forests could affect the level of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere?
rainforests remove carbon dioxide from the atmosphere during photosynthesis
which statement is not correct?
the second reaction of photosynthesis can only take place in the dark
how do organisms get energy from ATP?
the break off one phosphate, leaving behind ADP. this releases energy
what is the primary purpose of cellular respiration?
to release energy from food molecules
where does most of the cellular respiration take place in an animal cell?
which of these can animals use as a source of energy instead of glucose?
glycogen, protein, and fat
what organisms use cellular respiration and/or fermentation?
animals, plants, yeast
where does photosynthesis take place?