Oxygen is used to break down glucose molecules and releases energy in a process called
Which substance in green plants needs to absorb sunlight during photosynthesis?
Which unit is used to indicate the amount of energy in food?
The sum of all chemical reactions that take place in a living thing is known as
What is the chemical formula for glucose?
Where does almost all the energy on Earth originate?
How are photosynthesis and cellular respiration related?
the products of one are the reactants for the other
they both have the same reactants
they both have the same products
They are not related to one another in any way.
What type of biomolecule is glucose?
Why do photosynthetic organisms preform photosynthesis?
to make glucose to use in cellular respiration for themselves
to make glucose so other organisms can perform cellular respiration
to prepare for winter months
Through what structure does CO2 enter the leaves of green plants?
Why are eukaryotes so much better at making ATP then prokaryotes?
because eukaryotes have mitochondria
because eukaryotes have chloroplasts
because prokaryotes have a nucleus
because prokaryotes have cilia
What are the products of photosynthesis?
C6H12O6 and O2
H2O and CO2
H2O and CH4
O2 and CO2
True or False: Plants do not need oxygen.
What do plants get from the soil?
water and minerals
nothing, it just holds them in place
What types of organisms are seen clearly in the picture
both heterotrophs and autortophs
neither heterotrophs or autotrophs