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1 Warm-up Plants are sprawled out across the forest. Running up the trees are squirrels. Name the processes that both these organisms go through. Compare and contrast these two processes.

2 Warm-up 1)What does a plant need in order to grow? 2)What organelle do plants use to make glucose? 3)What type of cells have mitochondria? 4)What do mitochondria break glucose into?

3 Comparing cellular respiration to photosynthesis Cellular Respiration How plants and animals break glucose Photosynthesis How plants make glucose Location Found in what cells? Relationship to glucose Formula Reactants (left side of the arrow) Products (right side of the arrow)

4 DO NOT COPY Photosynthesis – when plants make glucose using sun, water, and Carbon Dioxide aka CO 2 Cellular Respiration – when plants and animals break down glucose into water, carbon dioxide and energy.

5 Cellular Respiration Location: Occurs in the mitochondria (powerhouse) Found in: Both plant and animal cells

6 Relationship to Glucose In cellular respiration the mitochondria BREAKS glucose into H 2 O CO 2 ENERGY!!!

7 Formula for cellular respiration Reactants! Products! C 6 H  H 2 O + CO 2 + ATP energy (glucose) (oxygen) (water) (carbon dioxide) (energy)

8 Photosynthesis Location: chloroplast of plants (solar panels) Found in: Only plants

9 Relationship to Glucose In photosynthesis the chloroplast in plants MAKES glucose through sun energy and CO2 O2 and glucose are made

10 Reactants! Products! H 2 O + CO 2 + sun’s energy  C 6 H (water) (carbon dioxide) (energy) (glucose) (oxygen) Formula for photosynthesis

11 Relationship to Glucose In cellular respiration glucose is BROKEN In photosynthesis glucose is MADE

12 Location Cellular respiration occurs in the mitochondria. Mitochondria is found in both plant and animal cells. Photosynthesis occurs in the chloroplast. Chloroplast is only found in plant cells.

13 Exit Quiz Number your paper 1-5

14 Question 1 Which type of organisms do photosynthesis: a)Plant b)Animal c)Bacteria d)Human

15 Question 2 Which type of organisms do cellular respiration: a)Plant b)Animal c)Plant and animal d)No organisms

16 Question 3 The formula for photsynthesis is: a)H 2 O + CO 2 + sun’s energy  C 6 H b) C 6 H  H 2 O + CO 2 + ATP energy c) H20 + CO2 d) Water

17 Question 4 Plants need which three things to do photosynthesis: a)Oxygen, water, CO2 b)Water, Co2, Nitrogen c)C02, water, sun d)Sun, Oxygen, Water

18 Question 5 Plants and animals need which things to do cellular respiration: a)water, C02, sun b)O2, glucose c)Glucose, sun d)Water, CO2, glucose

19 Answers 1.A 2.C 3.A 4.C 5.B

20 Calvin Cycle pg What does the Calvin Cycle do? 2.What is the molecule that is broken down and built up over and over in the Calvin Cycle? 3.In your own words explain the four steps of the Calvin Cycle. 4.What is the final product of a single cycle? 5.How is the Calvin Cycle important for a plant cell?

21 Do Now 1)What is the formula for photosynthesis? How is it similar to the formula for cell respiration? 2)Cell respiration is making/breaking glucose, while photosynthesis is making/breaking glucose. 3)Only _____ can do photosynthesis but ______ and _____ can do cell respiration. 4)Cell respiration happens in the _______ organelle, and photosynthesis happens in the _______ organelle.


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