Presentation on theme: "What is the plant taking in?"— Presentation transcript:
1 What is the plant taking in? What is the plant giving off?What is the plant taking in?
2 PhotosynthesisThe process of converting light energy into chemical energyLocation: Chloroplast/ChlorophyllReactants: Carbon Dioxide, Water, and SunlightProducts: Oxygen O2 , GlucoseEnzymes also required
3 PhotosynthesisReactants 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
4 Which organelles do plants have that animals do not? Where does the plant get the water?Where does the plant get the carbon dioxide?
5 Chlorophyll 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.
6 Why do leaves change color? Chlorophyll breaks down in colder temperatures and shorter daysXanthophylls are red pigmentsCarotenes are yellow/orange pigments
7 Cellular 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
8 Cellular 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.
9 ATP=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)