Cells Photosynthesis Cellular Respiration I Cellular Respiration II Potluck

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What are the mitochondria?
This organelle, known as the powerhouse of the cell, converts energy in food molecules to energy the cell can use to carry out its functions.

100

What are water and carbon dioxide?
The two REACTANTS of photosynthesis.

100

What are sugar and oxygen?
The two REACTANTS of cellular respiration.

100

What are carbon dioxide and energy (ATP)?
The two PRODUCTS of cellular respiration.

100

What is diffusion?
The movement of materials from an area of high concentration to an area of low concentration is called this.

200

What are lysosomes?
These organelles are small, round structures containing chemicals that break down certain materials in the cell.

200

What are glucose and oxygen?
The two PRODUCTS of photosynthesis.

200

What is the cytoplasm?
The first stage of cellular respiration occurs in this part of the cell, where only a small amount of energy is released.

200

What are the mitochondria?
The second stage of cellular respiration occurs in this organelle, where smaller molecules combine with oxygen to produce water, carbon dioxide, and a LARGE amount of energy.

200

What is the cell membrane?
This organelle controls what substances come into and out of the cell.

300

What are Golgi Bodies?
These organelles are like the cell's post office, as they receive proteins and other newly formed materials from the endoplasmic reticulum, package them, and distribute them to other parts of the cell.

300

What is chlorophyll?
This pigment absorbs light energy and uses it to power the second stage of photosynthesis.

300

What is from the food we eat?
Where the sugar we need for cellular respiration comes from.

300

What is fermentation?
This process provides energy for cells WITHOUT using oxygen.

300

What is osmosis?
The diffusion of water is called this.

400

What are chloroplasts and the cell wall?
These two organelles are ONLY found in plant cells.

400

What are stomata?
Carbon dioxide enters a land plant through these small openings on the undersides of the leaves.

400

What is: the products of one process are the reactants for the other? The equations are opposite one another?
The relationship between photosynthesis and respiration.

400

What is lactic acid?
When your cells are not getting enough oxygen during rigorous exercise, fermentation occurs to ensure that your cells get the energy they need. Your muscles burn when this product builds up in your muscle cells.

400

What is passive transport?
Transport in cells that does NOT require energy can also be called this.

500

What are bacterial cells, or prokaryotic cells?
These cells do NOT contain a nucleus.

500

What is starch?
Sugar produced during photosynthesis is stored in the form of this.

500

What is: it leaves the body during exhalation (breathing out)?
What happens to the carbon dioxide produced in animal cells during cellular respiration.

500

What is alcoholic fermentation?
This kind of fermentation is important to bakers.

500

What is carbon dioxide?
During our recent cellular respiration lab, the bromothymol blue solution changed from blue to green because of the addition of this gas.

Unit 1 - Cells, Photosynthesis and Cellular Respiration

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