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1 Photosynthesis What raw materials are needed for photosynthesis? Carbon dioxide (CO2) and Water (H2O) and sunlight

2 Photosynthesis What are the products of photosynthesis? Sugar (Glucose) and Oxygen (O2)

3 Photosynthesis What happens during photosynthesis? A. The cell uses oxygen to make food. B. The cell uses the energy in sunlight to make food. C. The cell uses glucose to make oxygen. D. The cell uses the energy in sunlight to make carbon dioxide. B. The cell uses the energy in sunlight to make food.

4 Photosynthesis How does photosynthesis benefit heterotrophs? A. It adds carbon dioxide to the air. B. It creates food that they can eat. C. It eliminates harmful sugars. D. It creates clean waters. B. It creates food that they can eat.

5 Photosynthesis What captures energy from sunlight during photosynthesis? A. solar cells B. stomata C. chlorophyll D. carbohydrates C. chlorophyll

6 Photosynthesis The organelle in which photosynthesis takes place is the A. mitochondrion B. chloroplast C. chlorophyll D. nucleus B. chloroplast

7 Photosynthesis Fill in the blank. The process by which a cell captures the energy in sunlight and uses it to make food is called _________________. Photosynthesis

8 Fill in the blank. ________________ are colored chemical compounds that absorb light. Pigments

9 Photosynthesis The main pigment found in chloroplast of plants is ________________. Chlorophyll

10 Photosynthesis ________________ are small openings on the undersides of leaves through which carbon dioxide enters a plant. Stomata

11 Photosynthesis An organism that makes its own food is a(n) ________________. Autotroph

12 Photosynthesis 1.A(n) ________________ is an organism that cannot make its own food. Heterotroph

13 Photosynthesis 1._____ + carbon dioxide ---  oxygen + _____ Water, Glucose (sugar)

14 Respiration Complete the equation for cellular respiration Oxygen + ________  Carbon dioxide + ________ Glucose (sugar), Water (H20)

15 Respiration Respiration occurs in what organelle in the animal cell? Mitochondria

16 Respiration What happens during cellular respiration? a. oxygen is released into the air b. glucose is broken down, releasing energy c. carbohydrates are released into the bloodstream d. water and carbon dioxide are changed into other compounds b. glucose is broken down, releasing energy

17 Respiration Which of the following statements is true about photosynthesis and cellular respiration? a. they have opposite equations b. they have the same equations c. they both produce carbon dioxide d. they both produce oxygen E. a. they have opposite equations

18 Respiration Glucose is broken down during respiration which releases energy

19 Respiration Which process is represented by this equation? Oxygen + Glucose -  Carbon dioxide + water Respiration

20 1.If you separated one cell and put all alone, locked up with food so nothing could be in or out, in a few days you could have millions! Where did these cells come from?

21 1.List 3 things that are considered alive by The Cell Theory.

22 1.According to The Cell Theory, a very large animal such as a whale is made up of small things that are the basic unit of structure and function in that animal. What is the basic unit of structure and function in living things called?

23 DNA replication occurs during –a. Prophase –b. cytokinesis –c. Metaphase –d. Interphase

24 1.What is a type of nucleic acid that plays an important role in the production of proteins?

25 DNA replication occurs during –a. Prophase –b. cytokinesis –c. Metaphase –d. Interphase

26 1.What is a substance that cannot be broken down into simpler substances?

27 1.What is made when two or more elements join together?

28 1.What are the molecules that are the building blocks of DNA?

29 What is made when two or more elements join together?

30 What is a compound that does not contain carbon?

31 Fill in the blanks Photosynthesis occurs in the organelle called the (1)__________, which is found in (2)_________ cells.

32 What occurs during photosynthesis? –The cell uses oxygen to make food –The cell uses the energy in sunlight to make food –The cell uses glucose to make oxygen –The cell uses the energy in sunlight to make carbon dioxide

33 In what organelle does cellular respiration take place? –Mitochondria –Lysosome –Ribosome –Chloroplast

34 Where does the first stage of respiration take place? –cytoplasm –endoplasmic reticulum –ribosome –Lysosomes

35 What are the two types of fermentation? –respiration and alcoholic –lactic-acid and respiration –alcoholic and lactic- acid respiration and oxygen

36 Respiration occurs in what organelle in the animal cell?

37 Photosynthesis happens in which organism? –Mitochondria –Chloroplast –Dog –Tree

38 Which of the following statements is true about photosynthesis and cellular respiration? a. they have opposite equations b. they have the same equations b. they both produce carbon dioxide d. they both produce oxygen

39 What are the two types of fermentation? –respiration and alcoholic –lactic-acid and respiration –alcoholic and lactic- acid respiration and oxygen

40 What is the purpose of cellular respiration? –To capture sunlight energy and make sugars –To get energy out of oxygen –To convert water into sugars –To release the energy from carbohydrates

41 What are the raw materials needed for photosynthesis? –Carbon dioxide and water –Oxygen and water –Carbon dioxide and sugars –Oxygen and sugars

42 What part of the cell captures energy from sunlight during photosynthesis? –Solar cells –Stomata –Chlorophyll and other pigments –Carbohydrates

43 In most cells respiration needs –water –oxygen –carbon dioxide pigments

44 Where does the second stage of respiration take place? –cytoplasm –mitochondrion –endoplasmic reticulum ribosomes

45 What is a cytoplasm?

46 Tiny structures that carry out specific functions inside of the cell are called what?

47 Fill in the blank _____ acts as the brain of the cell, acts as the control center, directs the cells activities.

48 Fill in the blank ____are small round structures that contain chemicals that break down food.

49 How are photosynthesis and respiration related? –They have opposite equations –They have the same equation –They both produce carbon dioxide –They both produce oxygen


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