What is ATP?
What is ATP made of?
Adenine, Ribose, and 3 Phosphates
Reactants of photosynthesis
Sunlight, Carbon Dioxide, Water
Products of photosynthesis
Oxygen and Glucose
pigment found in plants that captures light energy. Reflects green light
internal membranes/ reservoir
stacks of thylakoids
protein rich solution in which thylakoids are embedded
process by which cells get energy from glucose
opposite of glucose
works best with oxygen
happens in the mitochondria
First step of cell respiration
cellular respiration require oxygen
fermentation doesn't require oxygen
An anaerobic cellular process in which organic foods are converted into simpler compounds, and chemical energy (ATP) is produced.
How is energy released from ATP?
Breaking the phosphate group
Undergo cellular respiration and photosynthesis
What does ATP do?
Provides energy for cells
Light reaction of Photosynthesis
H2O is split and O2 gas is released
Dark Reaction of Photosynthesis
CO2 combine with hydrogen produced in light reactions and produces glucose
Two anaerobic processes
Lactic Acid Fermentation and alcoholic fermentation
where photosynthesis takes place
Where cellular respiration takes place