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Photosynthesis and Cellular RespirationCellular processes Cornell Notes #8
What is Cellular Respiration?Transforms unusable energy from food molecules into usable energy for the cell Produces ATP Uses oxygen Occurs in mitochondria
CR inside mitochondriaGlucose + Oxygen Carbon dioxide + Energy
What cells use cellular respiration?Most cells
What is Fermentation? Process to produce energy (ATP) without the use of oxygen. Two types Lactic acid fermentation - produces lactic acid and carbon dioxide Alcohol fermentation - produces ethanol
Lactic acid fermentationAlcohol fermentation Lactic acid fermentation
What is Photosynthesis?Using the sun’s energy to make food Requires a pigment called chlorophyll Occurs inside chloroplasts
Photosynthesis Carbon dioxide + Water Glucose + Oxygen
What cells use Photosynthesis?Plant cells
Ticket out the door: SummaryIn your own words, summarize todays lesson. Use complete sentences (3-5)
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