photosynthesis to the energy flow in cellular respiration

Autotrophs and heterotrophs do cellular respiration to break down food to transfer the energy from food to ATP. The cells of animals, plants, and many bacteria use oxygen to help with the energy transfer during cellular respiration; in these cells, the type of cellular respiration that occurs is aerobic respiration (aerobic means “with air”).

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Unit 4: Energy Flow ATP, Photosynthesis, and Cellular Respiration

The NADP+ then becomes NADPH
Review of the light reaction
Photosynthesis
Making ATP
This takes place in the stroma
The dark reaction AKA the Calvin Cycle
photosynthesis is a biochemical pathway
that takes place throughout the chloroplast
photosynthesis occurs in plant cells ....
To sum up....
Photosynthesis
Respiration
Just like the chloroplast, space is maximized by having a convoluted inner membrane - the Cristae
and
Just like photosynthesis, respiration is a series of biochemical pathways that take place in different parts of the organelle.
However, a difference is the first part of respiration takes
place in the cytoplasm
Mighty Mitochondria
anaerobic vs aerobic
Occurs in the matrix.
Uses pyruvic acid as a raw material
Produces: 2 ATP, 6NADH & 2FADH2
Waste product is carbon dioxide.

The Krebs cycle: in the mitochondria
Energy is stored in the bonds between the 2nd and 3rd phosphate in ATP
when the cell needs energy it breaks that bond to create ADP
ATP the currency of the cell
Endothermic - absorbs heat, H > 0
Exothermic - releases heat,H

Endergonic - NON-SPONTANEOUS, G > 0
Exergonic - SPONTANEOUS, G

Prokaryotes rely on anaerobic respiration - without oxygen
Anaerobic respiration/ glycolysis takes place in the cytoplasm of ALL cells.

Energy Flow: Photosynthesis and Cellular Respiration PPT

Photosynthesis is the first stage of energy flow through an ecosystem. You and all other animals on earth rely on the energy that plants store for life. But animals aren’t the only organisms that burn energy. Plants burn energy as they grow, too. In both plants and animals, the process of — which releases stored energy for use — occurs in the mitochondria inside each cell.

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Plants make their own food by photosynthesis. Carbon dioxide and water react together in the presence of light and chlorophyll to make glucose and oxygen. The glucose is converted into starch, fats and oils for storage. It is used to make cellulose for cell walls, and proteins for growth and repair. It is also used by the plant to release energy by respiration.

What Are Photosynthesis and Respiration? - dummies

It is then converted to thermal energy.
From all of the thermal energy produced from the hydrosphere and lithosphere from absorbing the radiant energy from the sun, only 0.023% is directly absorbed by organisms through photosynthesis and then turned into chemical energy.
What is
photosynthesis
?
The process by which the sun energy is turned into chemical energy
Carbon dioxide + Water Sugar + Oxygen
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What is cellular respiration?

Photosynthesis and cellular respiration are key ecological concepts involved with energy flow.

9.1 Cellular Respiration: An Overview Flashcards | Quizlet

Cellular respiration is essential to the transfer of matter and energy through living systems. As living things use cellular respiration to transfer energy from food to ATP, some of the available energy in the food is transferred to the environment as heat, which travels through our atmosphere and goes back out to space. This energy transfer to heat occurs because cellular respiration isn’t 100 percent efficient at capturing the energy from food into ATP.

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Cellular respiration and photosynthesis are complementary reactions

Three separate pathways combine to form the process of cellular respiration. The first two, glycolysis and the Krebs cycle, break down food molecules. The third pathway, oxidative phosphorylation, transfers the energy from the food molecules to ATP. Here are the basics of how cellular respiration works:

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The Cell, Respiration and Photosynthesis

You should be careful to notice that the process of cellular respiration is essentially the reverse of photosynthesis. The catabolic breakdown (burning) of glucose requires the presence of oxygen and yields energy and . This process is generally the same when any organic molecule is respired (or burned) whether it is glucose in a living animal or plant cell, wood in a fire, or gasoline in a car. The breakdown of any energy storing chemical releases carbon dioxide as a byproduct, which may then be used by plants in the photosynthetic process.