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Cellular Respiration & Photosynthesis

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Adrienne Towns

on 7 October 2015

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Transcript of Cellular Respiration & Photosynthesis

Why important?
Convert energy to useable forms
Cellular Respiration & Photosynthesis
Both are found in eukaryotic cells
They are interdependent processes
The products of one are the reactants for the other
The Facts!
Found in plants and animals
Site of cellular respiration
Has its own DNA, separate from the cell's in the nucleus
Replicates asexually (binary fission)
The Process!
Equation:
Produces energy (ATP!)
Converts chemical energy to another form of energy (chemical, mechanical, kinetic, etc.)
Is an aerobic process
Reactants are the products of photosynthesis
Energy vs. Matter
Energy: ability to do something
comes in many forms
Ex: ATP and glucose!
Matter: has mass and takes up space
cannot provide energy
Ex: water, C, H, O, N, P
The Facts!
Found in plants and plantlike protists
Site of photosynthesis
Has its own DNA, separate from the cells nucleus
Replicates asexually
The Process!
Equation:
Requires energy (Solar!)
Converts solar energy into chemical energy
Reactants (except light energy) are products of cellular respiration
Interdependent
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