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Life Science ch 3 section 3 ethan heleba

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consumers
organisms that eat producers
mitochondria
where respiration takes place
fermentation
1.energy releasing process that takes place in some yeast and bacteria
2.used by cells to release energy when there is not enough oxygen
metabolism
the total of all chemical reactions in an organism
respiration
energy releasing process that takes place in the mitochondria
producers
organism that make their own food
photosynthesis
1.the process that some producers use to make food
2.producers use to change light energy into chemical energy
carbon dioxide
a gas that is important in photosynthesis
chlorophyll
the green pigment found in chloroplast
enzymes
protein that help regulate chemical reactions
equation of photosynthesis
sunlight + water+ carbon dioxide+ chlorophyll equals sugar + oxygen
end products of respiration
carbon dioxide + water + oxygen
How do your muscles continue to get energy during high levels of activity when there is not enough oxygen?
Muscles get energy from glucose through fermentation.
Heat
during respiration some energy is released as.....
lactic acid
overworked muscles, soreness is caused by buildup of ....
sunlight
energy used by all living things begins with
wastes of fermentation
lactic acid, alcohol, and carbon dioxide
Photosynthesis and respiration
are almost opposites of each other
cytoplasm
where respiration of carbohydrates begin
glucose molecule (chemical formula)
C6H12O6
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