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Photosynthesis And Cellular Respiration
Photosynthesis Process where plants and other organisms use the sun’s energy to convert carbon dioxide and water into oxygen and sugars.
How Is It Done? Water enters through the roots and stomata. Carbon dioxide enters through the stomata. Chlorophyll in the chloroplasts is needed.
Two Stages Chlorophyll collects the sun’s energy. Water & carbon dioxide combine to make sugar and oxygen.
Cellular Respiration Cells break down simple sugars (glucose) and release the energy. –Stored energy comes from our food. –Done in all living things.
Two Ways to Get Energy Cellular respiration –Uses oxygen. –Mitochondria. Fermentation –Without oxygen. –Done in your muscles (lactic acid) & yeast/bacteria.
Two Stages Sugar is broken down in the cytoplasm. ATP is released in the mitochondria
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