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All Carbon in living organisms ultimately came from this source. What is carbon dioxide in the air.
All energy on the planet ultimately comes from this source. What is the SUN?
Plants use this process to convert light energy to chemical energy. What is Photosynthesis?
During cellular respiration, food (chemical energy) is converted to ____ energy in the form of ___? What is chemical energy, ATP
The only process that leads to an overall gain in energy on earth. What is Photosynthesis?
Chlorophyll is found inside this plant cell organelle. What is a chloroplast?
The main job of the plant organelle that performs photosynthesis What is absorb light energy & make sugars?
What is to absorb light for photosynthesis? The function of chlorophyll in plant leaves.
Occurs during the Light-Dependent Reaction of photosynthesis. What is absorb light energy, make ATP, split water and release oxygen?
Occurs during the Light- Independent Reaction of Photosynthesis. What is use ATP, take in carbon dioxide, makes glucose.
Taking sugars and hooking them together to form starch is this type of reaction. What is the biosynthesis?
The type of energy that can be used directly by all living organisms. What is chemical energy?
Where aerobic cellular respiration occurs. What is the mitochondria.
Products of aerobic cellular respiration. What is carbon dioxide, water and ATP.
The process of breaking down pyruvate in the absence of oxygen to obtain energy. What is anaerobic cellular respiration.
First step or stage in cellular respiration that produces only 2 ATP. What is glycolysis?
The break down of larger molecules into smaller ones. What is decomposition?
Kilocalorie measures this. What is the energy in a food?
Organisms that can make their own food. What are producers.
Uses the Kreb’s Cycle and electron transport system. What is the aerobic cellular respiration?
Herbivores, carnivores and omnivores are examples of this. What is a heterotroph or consumer.
The process by which living things release the energy stored in food molecules. What is cellular respiration?
The source of the carbon molecules that combine to produce sugars. What is atmospheric carbon dioxide?
When muscle cells do not receive enough oxygen this is formed. What is lactic acid?
Starch broken down into sugar is this type of reaction? What is decomposition?
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