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What is the purpose of photosynthesis?
The purpose of photosynthesis is to convert water and carbon dioxide to glucose.
What is the purpose of cellular respiration?
The purpose of cellular respiration is to convert the energy stored in glucose to ATP.
What is the goal of glycolysis?
The goal of glycolysis is to split up glucose and take its electrons to use later.
Explain why photosynthesis and cellular respiration are considered complimentary processes.
The products in once process become the reactants in the other and that's why photosynthesis and cellular respiration are complimentary.
How is the H+ gradient established in the ETC?
The H+ gradient is created when electrons are transported down a chain.
What is the goal of the Kreb's cycle?
The goal of the Kreb's cycle is for more electrons to be gathered for later.
What is the goal of ETC?
The goal of ETC is to transport electrons down a chain to create a H+ gradient and use H+ to make ATP.
Three steps of cellular respiration.
Glycolysis (cytoplasm), Kreb's Cycle (Mitochondria Matrix), ETC (Mitochondria Membrane)
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