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Photosynthesis & Cellular Respiration

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  • Photosynthesis

    & Cellular Respiration

  • What is Photosynthesis?

    The process of capturing and transforming the energy of sunlight into chemical energy

    Who Uses This Process?

    Plants (Plant Cell)

    Some Bacteria's

    Protists They make their

    own food!

  • Which Organelle inside the

    plant cell performs

    photosynthesis?

    Organelle: Chloroplast

    Why is it Green?

    Pigment called chlorophyll

    Chlorophyll – Contains photosynthetic membranes

    Converts light energy to chemical energy

  • Chlorophyll Why are plants green?

    Light-absorbing chlorophyll molecules are present in thylakoid discs that fill the CHLOROPLAST

    Out of the entire spectrum of colors that makes up white light, chlorophyll absorbs both the red and blue.

    Green is reflected away, and is the color you observe.

  • What do you need for

    photosynthesis to take

    place?

    Sunlight

    Carbon Dioxide (Co2)

    Water ( H2O)

    Oxygen

    Glucose

  • Photosynthesis Equation

  • How does the water, carbon dioxide and

    sunlight enter the plant?

  • Guard Cell

    Guard cell walls have cellulose

    This causes the bow in the

    Guard cell and stomate opens

  • What is Photolysis?

    This part of photosynthesis occurs in the granum of a chloroplast where light is absorbed by chlorophyll;

    A type of photosynthetic pigment that converts the light to chemical energy.

    This reacts with water (H2O) and splits the oxygen and hydrogen molecules apart.

    From this dissection of water, the oxygen is released as a by-product

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  • Cellular Respiration

    Who uses the O2

    and C6H1206?

    Which organelle:

    Mitochondria!!

    Found: Animal

    Cells

  • Photosynthesis Respiration

    Energy Storage

    Chloroplasts

    Plant Cell

    Sunlight

    Water

    Carbon Dioxide

    Energy

    Release

    Mitochondria

    Animal Cells

    Glucose

    Oxygen

  • Photosynthesis Respiration

    Glucose +

    Oxygen +

    Water

    C6H1206 / 02

    6H20 + 12H20

    Light

    C6H1206 + 602

    Energy- ATP

    Carbon

    Dioxide

    Water

    C6H1206 + 602

    +6H20

    Equals

    6C02 + 12H20