SC.912.L.18.9 Photosynthesis and Cellular Respiration

Go to this link and click on "Lab 5: Cell Respiration." Navigate the virtual lab and take the self-quiz at the end of the activity. Refer to the Webquest sheet to record your results.

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What's the difference between Cellular Respiration and Photosynthesis

photosynthesis and cellular respiration venn diagram worksheet

That's the oxidation process!!
Food is oxidized and combined with sugars from the food
The product is energy, carbon dioxide, waste and water
Food for Thought
Photosynthesis
Cellular Respiration
Draw this Venn Diagram in your notes and compare and contrast the two processes of energy creation
Not all nutrients consumed is for energy.

photosynthesis and cellular respiration venn ..


Cellular Respiration is used by animals
Photosynthesis is used by mostly plants
Sunlight is important to all living organisms
Carbon Dioxide, Sunlight, and water are converted into glucose and oxygen in photosynthesis
Molecules are broken down in cellular respiration
Nutrients are converted to energy for cell growth and repair
Cellular respiration is used by animals
Photosynthesis is used by mostly plants
So what are the differences and similarities between cellular respiration and photosynthesis?
Photosynthesis and Cellular Respiration
Processes of Energy Creation
Sunlight provides the energy to make glucose and oxygen from carbon dioxide and water.
Stage 1: Chlorophyll traps the energy of sunlight
Stage 2: Chloroplast uses the energy to change carbon dioxide and water into glucose.
The chlorophyll is found in these Thylakoids
Chloroplast
See those bubbles?


Cell respiration photosynthesis venn diagram

In respiration energy is released fromsugars when electrons associated with hydrogen are transported to oxygen (theelectron acceptor), and water is formed as a byproduct. The mitochondriause the energy released in this oxidation in order to synthesize ATP. Inphotosynthesis, the electron flow is reversed, the water is split (not formed),and the electrons are transferred from the water to CO2 and in theprocess the energy is used to reduce the CO2 into sugar. Inrespiration the energy yield is 686 kcal per mole of glucose oxidized to CO2,while photosynthesis requires 686 kcal of energy to boost the electrons from thewater to their high-energy perches in the reduced sugar -- light provides thisenergy.

Buzzle - photosynthesis and cell respiration

6) Using four columns and Figure 1 & Figure 2 as a guide, construct a comparison chart which clearly indicates the reactants and products of photosynthesis and cell respiration.

Photosynthesis And Cellular Respiration Diagram …

Scroll to slide 4 on the PowerPoint presentation. Use the diagram of cell respiration in order to fill in the missing information on Figure 2 of your Webquest sheet.