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2 CCNA1 v3 Module 1 Cells & Energy BIOPARDY K. Martin

3 CCNA1 v3 Module 1 RouterModesWANEncapsulationWANServicesRouterBasicsRouterCommands RouterModesWANEncapsulationWANServicesRouterBasicsRouterCommands General Structures Light Reactions Dark Dark Reactions Aerobic Respiration Anaerobic Respiration ► ► ► F i n a l J e o p a r d y ◄ ◄ ◄

4 CCNA1 v3 Module 1 Question GENERAL 100 A: What is AUTOTROPHS? CCNA1 v3 Module 1 Organisms that create their own food using light.

5 CCNA1 v3 Module 1 Question A: What is carbon dioxide? The carbon source of photoautotrophs. CCNA1 v3 Module 1 General

6 CCNA1 v3 Module 1 Question A: What is a photons? Packets of light that have an undulating motion through space. CCNA1 v3 Module 1 General 300

7 CCNA1 v3 Module 1 Question A: What is ENERGY? Something that all organisms require to drive metabolism. CCNA1 v3 Module 1 General 400

8 CCNA1 v3 Module 1 Question CCNA1 v3 Module 1 A: What is a ATP? General 500 This molecule has the actual type of energy our cells need to drive chemical reactions.

9 CCNA1 v3 Module 1 Question CCNA1 v3 Module 1 A: What is a Mitochondria? In cells, sites of large ATP production. Structures

10 CCNA1 v3 Module 1 Question CCNA1 v3 Module 1 A: What are Chlorophylls? Primary pigments that absorb light in the photosynthetic process. Structures 200

11 CCNA1 v3 Module 1 Question CCNA1 v3 Module 1 A: What is the Thylakoid membrane? This is the site of the first stage of photosynthesis. Structures 300

12 CCNA1 v3 Module 1 Question CCNA1 v3 Module 1 A: What is Stroma? Place in which light-independent reactions occur. Structures 400

13 CCNA1 v3 Module 1 Question CCNA1 v3 Module 1 A: What is a Cellular Respiration? The process of creating ATP for the functioning of animal cells, plant cells, and even bacterial cells.. Structures 500

14 CCNA1 v3 Module 1 Question CCNA1 v3 Module 1 A: What is a Photolysis? Known as the breakdown of water. Light Reactions 100

15 CCNA1 v3 Module 1 Question CCNA1 v3 Module 1 A: What are Water? This molecule is the source of oxygen given off by photosynthesis. Light Reactions 200

16 CCNA1 v3 Module 1 Question CCNA1 v3 Module 1 A: What is Light-Dependent Reactions? The function of this reaction is to convert light energy into a usable form of chemical energy. Light Reactions 300

17 CCNA1 v3 Module 1 Question CCNA1 v3 Module 1 A: What is NADPH? This coenzyme carries electrons and hydrogen ions from the light reactions into the dark reactions. Light reactions 400

18 CCNA1 v3 Module 1 Question CCNA1 v3 Module 1 A: What is Photosystem? Photosynthetic unit where solar energy is absorbed and high-energy electrons are generated; contains an antenna complex and an electron acceptor. Light Reactions 500

19 CCNA1 v3 Module 1 Question CCNA1 v3 Module 1 A: What is a Glucose? This is the product of light-dependent reactions. Dark Reactions 100

20 CCNA1 v3 Module 1 Question CCNA1 v3 Module 1 A: What is Rubisco? This enzyme catalyzes the carbon fixation reactions. Dark Reactions 200

21 CCNA1 v3 Module 1 Question CCNA1 v3 Module 1 A: What is a Calvin-Benson Cycle or Light Reactions? This is the group of reactions that include the reduction and fixation of carbon dioxide in the stroma. Dark Reactions 300

22 CCNA1 v3 Module 1 These molecules are used by plants to form starch, cellulose, lipids, & even proteins. Question CCNA1 v3 Module 1 A: What are Glucose? These molecules are used by plants to form starch, cellulose, lipids, & even proteins. Dark Reactions 400

23 CCNA1 v3 Module 1 Question CCNA1 v3 Module 1 A: What is a C4 Plants? These plants have an advantage in hot, dry conditions because they have a 2-step carbon dioxide fixation that reduces phosphorylation. Dark Reactions 500

24 CCNA1 v3 Module 1 Question CCNA1 v3 Module 1 A: What is a ATP Synthase? Catalyzes (phosphate-level phosphorylation) the attachment of phosphate to ADP. Aerobic Respiration 100

25 CCNA1 v3 Module 1 Question CCNA1 v3 Module 1 A: What is a Electron Transfer Chain? In this stage, most ATP is produced. Aerobic Respiration 200

26 CCNA1 v3 Module 1 Question CCNA1 v3 Module 1 A: What is a Water? The oxygen required for cellular respiration is reduced and becomes part of the this molecule. Aerobic Respiration 300

27 CCNA1 v3 Module 1 Question CCNA1 v3 Module 1 A: What is a Krebs Cycle? During this stage, most of the carbon dioxide you exhaled is produced. Aerobic Respiration 400

28 CCNA1 v3 Module 1 Question CCNA1 v3 Module 1 A: What is Chemiosmosis? Flow of hydrogen ions down their concentration gradient through an ATP synthase and resulting in ATP production. Aerobic Respiration 500

29 CCNA1 v3 Module 1 Question CCNA1 v3 Module 1 A: What is Glycolysis? A metabolic process that begins with glucose and ends with 2 pyruvate molecules. Anaerobic Reactions 100

30 CCNA1 v3 Module 1 Question CCNA1 v3 Module 1 A: What is Oxygen? The absence of this molecule makes anaerobic respiration possible. It is not there to accept all the spent electrons.. Anaerobic Reactions 200

31 CCNA1 v3 Module 1 Question CCNA1 v3 Module 1 A: What is Cytoplasm? Sites in which glycolysis and anaerobic respiration occurs. Anaerobic Reactions 300

32 CCNA1 v3 Module 1 Question CCNA1 v3 Module 1 A: What is Lactic Acid? This substance is produced in muscle cells in the absence of oxygen. Anaerobic Reactions 400

33 CCNA1 v3 Module 1 Question CCNA1 v3 Module 1 A: What is Alcoholic Fermentation? In this stage, the end products of are alcohol and carbond dioxide. Anaerobic Reactions 500

34 CCNA1 v3 Module 1 Question A: What are Glucose, and ATP? These are molecules that carry chemical energy. Final Biopardy CCNA1 v3 Module


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