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13R 13L 9/1/11 OQC Do Now: Chloroplast vs. Mitochondria How are chloroplasts and mitochondria different???? If you need help, please look at… Page 7L and 12R in your notebook Page 93 and 94 in your textbook ChloroplastsMitochondria
13L 9/1/11 OQC Do Now: Chloroplast vs. Mitochondria How are chloroplasts and mitochondria DIFFERENT???? If you need help, please look at… Page 7L and 12R in your notebook Page 93 and 94 in your textbook ChloroplastsMitochondria 1. Only in the plant cell1. In BOTH plant and animal cells 2. MAKES sugar (stored energy)2. RELEASES usable energy from sugar 3. Needs to absorb sunlight, so must have chlorophyll 3. Does not need sunlight, so does not have chlorophyll
Table of Contents DateTitlePage 8/22 or 8/23Cell Theory6 8/22 or 8/23Organelles7 8/24Cell review8 8/24HW: Which organelle? paragraph9L 8/25Cell review games9R 8/29 or 8/30Photosynthesis10, 11 8/31Autotroph vs. Heterotroph12L 8/31Plant Cell vs. Animal Cell12R 8/31“Green People of Solaron”12L 9/1 or 9/2Chloroplast vs. Mitochondria13 9/1 or 9/2Cell Respiration14R 9/1 or 9/2Cell Respiration vs. Photosynthesis14L
13R 13L 9/1/11 OQC Do Now: Chloroplast vs. Mitochondria How are chloroplasts and mitochondria different???? If you need help, please look at… Page 7L and 12R in your notebook Page 93 and 94 in your textbook ChloroplastsMitochondria Standard 1d: Students know that mitochondria release energy for the work that cells do. Objective: Students will be able to compare and contrast photosynthesis to cell respiration by interviewing a chloroplast or a mitochondria. Unit 1: Cells—Vocabulary (continued) 11. Cellular respiration= the process of releasing energy from glucose Which organelle does cellular respiration??? MITOCHONDRIA!!!
14R 14L 9/1/11 OQC “Beach Ball” Review of Cellular Respiration 1.Why do ALL cells have mitochondria? 2. What is the equation for cellular respiration? 3. How is cellular respiration similar to fire? (Hint: What do they both need and produce?) 4. Which types of cells in your body would need to have MANY mitochondria? (Hint: Which cells need A LOT of energy?) 5. What do cellular respiration and photosynthesis have in common? Notes: Cellular Respiration A. What is sugar?STORED energy B. Who needs sugar?ALLLLLL cells!!!!!!!!! C. How does sugar get to the cells? Heterotrophs must EAT other organisms Autotrophs must MAKE their own sugar (This is called PHOTOSYNTHESIS!!!!) D. Why do all cells need sugar? Sugar has LOTS of energy stored inside! E. How does the stored energy in sugar get released? Mitochondria breaks down the sugar and RELEASES its stored energy for the cell to use! G. What does the mitochondria NEED to do cellular respiration? Oxygen and sugar!!! H. What are the products of cell respiration? Carbon dioxide, water, and USABLE ENERGY WHAT IS THIS CALLED???? CELLULAR RESPIRATION!!!! 1.All cells have mitochondria because they all need to release energy from sugar. 2. Sugar + oxygen carbon dioxide + water + ENERGY (raw materials) (products) 3. Both cellular respiration and a fire need oxygen. Both “BURN” a fuel to release energy. 4. Muscle cells!!! Especially when you are running the mile!!!! 5. Both are part of the cell energy cycle. Also, both keep the levels of carbon dioxide and oxygen in the atmosphere balanced. Carbon dioxide Oxygen
PhotosynthesisCellular Respiration 1.What is the goal? 2.Which organelle does it? 3.Which cells do it? 4.What are the raw materials? 5.What are the products? 6.Draw this process 7.What is similar in real life? Directions: Please TAPE in this half sheet on TOP of your Review questions on page 14L!!! Use page 126 in your textbook to help you fill it out!!! You will have some questions on the QUIZ about this, sooooo….GOOD LUCK!!!
PhotosynthesisCellular Respiration 1.What is the goal? 2.Which organelle does it? (chloroplast or mitochondria?) 3.Which cells do it? (plant or animal?) 4.What are the raw materials? (The ingredients that are needed.) 5.What are the products? (The stuff that gets made.) 6.Draw this process (Include the sun, the organelle, raw materials, and products, use arrows) 7.What is similar in real life?
PhotosynthesisCellular Respiration What is the goal? To MAKE sugarTo RELEASE energy from sugar Which organelle does it? ChloroplastMitochondria Which cells do it? Plant cellsALL cells What are the raw materials? Carbon dioxide + water Sugar + Oxygen What are the products? Sugar + OxygenCarbon dioxide + water + ENERGY Draw this process: What is similar in real life? Solar panels make electricity for a house. Fire uses oxygen to burn fuel and release energy.
Standard 1d: First Name and Last Name Date Period Quiz #2: Photosynthesis and Cell Respiration
Quiz #2: Photosynthesis and Cellular Respiration 1. Which cells need energy? 2. The process by which plant cells capture sunlight and use it to make food is called _________________. 3. A palm tree is an example of an organism that makes its own food. This is called a ___________. 4. If my skin cells had chloroplasts, I could do photosynthesis. What chemical would make my skin green?
5. Where does the energy come from to do photosynthesis? 6. How do trees help reduce global warming? Because they absorb _______________. 7. All organisms depend on plants to make _______________ and ________________. 8. What does the mitochondria need in order to do cellular respiration? _____________ + ____________
9. Which organisms have mitochondria? a. Only autotrophs b. Only heterotrophs c. Both d. Neither 10. What is the function of the mitochondria? To release the energy that is stored inside ________________. Once you are finished, please turn your quiz face down, give it to the “A” person, put away your pencil, and get a red pen.
Mini-Lab: What color of pigments is in a leaf? Directions: You will work with your table Each person will have a different colored marker You will take turns contributing to the Lab poster Please follow this example 1.Lab Question: 2.Hypothesis: 3.Procedure: We used a dime to… We soaked the filter in alcohol. We waited 10 minutes. 4.Observations: 5.Drawing: 6. Conclusion: 7. What else do we want to know? What if….? How does…? Why does…?