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Bio: Chapter 8
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What is the combination of chemical reactions through which an organism builds up or breaks down materials?
What are the two pathways of the metabolism?
Anabolic and Catabolic
What is the metabolic pathway that absorbs energy to build complex molecules?
What does the anabolic pathway have to do?
Build up to become larger
What pathway goes from a lower to higher energy?
What is the opposite of the anabolic pathway?
What is the metabolic pathway that releases energy by breaking down complex molecules?
What goes from a higher energy to a lower energy?
What does ATP stand for?
What is an example of an anabolic reaction?
ADP + P i --> ATP
What is an example of a catabolic reaction?
ATP --> ADP + P i
What is the equation for photosynthesis?
Carbon Dioxide + Water + Light Energy --> Carbohydrates + Oxygen
What comes in waves?
The _____ the waves are together, the more _____.
What kind of light does photosynthesis occur?
where does carbon dioxide enter a leaf from?
What leaves the leaf after carbon dioxide is taken in?
Where does water enter the leaf from?
The middle/ the stem
What traps light energy?
What allows the exchange of gases?
What is the plural of stomata?
What is a pair of curved cells that surround the stoma, becoming larger or smaller according to the pressure within the cells?
What happens when water diffuses into the guard cells?
They swell and become bowed, therefore opening the stomata
What happens when water diffuses out of the guard cell?
They become flaccid, therefore closing the stomata
What allows the stomata to open and close in order to keep water inside?
What is a light absorbing molecule used by plants to gather the suns energy?
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