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Photosynthesis Vs. Cellular Respiration
Transcript of Photosynthesis Vs. Cellular Respiration
- Animals: Green sea slug
- All living organisms (Animals and Plants)
The reactants for Photosynthesis:
- Carbon dioxide
- (sunlight) energy
Reactants for Cellular Respiration:
Products for Photosynthesis:
Products for Cellular Respiration
- Carbon dioxide
- Chemical Energy(ATP)
Photosynthesis has two sub-reactions:
1.) Light dependent reactions
2.) Calvin Cycle
Cellular Respiration has three sub-reactions:
2b.) Krebs cycle
3.) ETC(Electron Transportation Chain)
The Carbon Cycle:
What is the difference or are they the same? Photosynthesis and Cellular Respiration
- Stores energy
Energy is being released
Stored or not stored?
-food is broken down to provide energy for organisms to perform things necessary for life
- sunlight, water and carbon dioxide is used to produce oxygen and glucose
Organelles that are involved:
Reactants of light dependent reactions:
Water and sunlight energy
Products of light dependent reactions:
Oxygen, ATP and NADPH
Reactants of the Calvin Cycle:
Carbon dioxide, ATP and NADPH
Products of the Calvin Cycle:
Reactants of Glycolysis:
Products of Glycolysis:
Two NET ATP
Photosynthesis electron carriers:
Cellular Respiration electron carriers:
The Carbon Cycle is a series of processes where carbon compounds are put into the environment and circulated between the organisms and the environment. It involves carbon dioxide being used by photosynthesis and its return to the atmosphere through cellular respiration, the decay of dead organisms, and the burning of fossil fuels.
Photosynthesis is the process that takes in carbon dioxide, water and sunlight energy to produce oxygen and glucose. Cellular Respiration is the process that does the opposite: it uses oxygen and glucose to produce carbon dioxide, water and chemical energy(ATP). While they are two different process, they are also very similar in many ways. They also both play a big role in the Carbon Cycle.
Reactants of the Krebs Cycle:
Products of the Krebs Cycle:
Reactants of the Electron Transportation Chain(ETC):
Products of the Electron Transportation Chain(ETC):
ATP + H2O
Anaerobic Cellular Respiration is considered less efficient than aerobic cellular respiration . It occurs where there is no oxygen present.
The Carbon Cycle
The Products in both photosynthesis and cellular respiration sub-reactions become reactants of the next sub-reaction.
The equation for photosynthesis and cellular respiration is filliped:
- CO2+H2O+Light Glucose + O2
- Glucose+O2 CO2+H2O+Light