Presentation on theme: "What is the plant taking in?"— Presentation transcript:
1What is the plant taking in? What is the plant giving off?What is the plant taking in?
2PhotosynthesisThe process of converting light energy into chemical energyLocation: Chloroplast/ChlorophyllReactants: Carbon Dioxide, Water, and SunlightProducts: Oxygen O2 , GlucoseEnzymes also required
3PhotosynthesisReactants Products CO2+ H2O+ Sunlight Enzymes C6H12O6 + O2 Chlorophyll CO2 = Carbon Dioxide C6H12O6 = Glucose H2O = water O2 = Oxygen gas *Balanced would be 6 CO2 12 H2O, and 6 O2
4Which organelles do plants have that animals do not? Where does the plant get the water?Where does the plant get the carbon dioxide?
5Chlorophyll is a green pigment found in the chloroplast of a plant. A pigment is a substance that absorbs light.Chlorophyll absorbs energy from all light except the green portion—which it reflects.
6Why do leaves change color? Chlorophyll breaks down in colder temperatures and shorter daysXanthophylls are red pigmentsCarotenes are yellow/orange pigments
7Cellular Respiration Location: Mitochondria (Powerhouse) Process of converting glucose into energy for the cell (ATP)Location: Mitochondria (Powerhouse)Reactants: Oxygen O2 , GlucoseProducts: Carbon Dioxide, Water, and ATPEnzymes also required
8Cellular RespirationReactants ProductsC6H12O6 + O Enzymes CO2+ H2O+ ATPALL living organisms carry out Cellular Respiration to make energy for cellsPS and CR are OPPOSTIE reactions except Sunlight is Energy in PS and ATP is energy in CR.
9ATP=ENERGY Adenosine TriPhosphate ATP ADP + PAdenosine DiPhosphateChemical Bonds are where the energy is stored. Energy is released when BONDS are broken.Example: Fuel does nothing in your car until it is ignited (bonds broken)