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_____+CO2+ light energy = Sugar and Oxygen
Water+_____+ light energy = Sugar and Oxygen
Water+CO2+ _____ _____ = Sugar and Oxygen
Water+CO2+ light energy = _____ and Oxygen
Water+CO2+ light energy = Sugar and _____
The process by which a cell captures the energy of sunlight and uses it to make food is called ______
_____ are colored chemical compounds that absorb light.
The main Pigment in chloroplast of plants is _____
An organism that makes its own food is a _____
A _____ is an organism that cannot make its own food.
One sugar produced by photosynthesis is _____
Another name for a heterotroph is _____
The waste product _____ is given off through tiny openings on the underside of the leaves.
What are the raw materials needed for photosynthesis. _____ and water.
What are the raw materials needed for photosynthesis. CO2 and _____.
What is the main characteristic of the first stage of photosynthesis? The production of _____ and energy.
What is the main characteristic of the first stage of photosynthesis? The production of Hydrogen and _____.
_____ are also known as producers.
The ultimate source of energy for all living things is _____ _____
Plants are able to carry out photosynthesis because they contain the organelle called _____
One important sugar that results from photosynthesis is _____
Light energy is changed to cell energy in _____ of photosynthesis.
The green pigment that absorbs light energy is _____
Where in the cell does the first stage of respiration take place? In the _____
Where in the cell does the second stage of respiration take place? In the _____
Which type of fermentation occurs in yeast? _____ fermentation.
Which type of fermentation sometimes occurs in human muscle cells? _____ _____ fermentation
_____ is the opposite process of cellular respiration.
In the first stage of respiration, _____ _____ energy is released.
Oxygen is a _____ _____ of cellular respiration.
Glucose is a _____ of photosynthesis.
Pain and weakness in human muscles cells are often the result of the buildup of _____ _____
Plant and animal cells release energy from food as a result of the process of _____ _____
The energy-releasing process that does not require oxygen is _____
_____ are the powerhouses of the cell because they are the organelles in which the second stage of cellular respiration takes place.
The products of photosynthesis are the _____ of cellular respiration
During the Prophase phase what happens? _____ condenses.
During what phase do Chromosomes attach to spindle fibers?
During the Anaphase what happens? The _____ separate.
During what phase do new nuclear envelops forms.
Which stage of the cell cycle usually last the longest?
During which stage of the cell cycle does DNA replication occur?
During which stage of the cell cycle does the cell membrane pinch the cell into two?
What is interphase? First stage of the _____ _____
The total number of cells in an organism increases as a result of _____ _____.
The formation of a cell plate is a characteristic of _____ in plant cells.
Chromatids are held together by a _____.
Cell division allows organisms to grow, repair damaged structures,and _____.
_____ results in the formation of two daughter cells.
The process in which the cell makes an exact copy of the DNA in its nucleus is _____.
Cell growth and production of new organelles and enzymes are characteristics of _____.
It would take _____ cell divisions for one original cell to produce 128 new cells.
The two rod-like parts that make up a chromosome are called _____
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