Light energy: Light energy is the sunlight that goes into the plant and feeds it.
Water: Water is the liquid that feeds the plant and helps it grow and live.
Carbon Dioxide: Carbon dioxide is the harmful gas that the plant breathes in and we breathe out.
Stoma: The stoma is a slit in the plants leaves or stems that allows gases to enter and exit the plant.
Chloroplasts: Chloroplasts is the green cells in a plant that helps with photosynthesis.
Chlorophyll: Chlorophyll is a molecule in the plant that helps convert light into energy.
Glucose: A sugar that is an important energy source in living organisms.
CO2: CO2 is a reactant in the chemical equation for photosynthesis and is made of carbon and oxygen.
H2O: H20 is a reactant and a liquid in the process of photosynthesis. Water is made up hydrogen and oxygen.
C6H12O6: This is a product of photosynthesis and is made up of carbon, hydrogen, and oxygen.
O2: This is a gas and a product in photosynthesis and a reactant in cellular respiration.
Stored Energy: Stored energy is the energy stored inside of a plant after it gets hit by sunlight and the plant absorbs it.
Photosynthesis: Photosynthesis is a process where a plant takes in chemicals and produces sugar and oxygen. The first part of photosynthesis is when the plant takes in water and carbon dioxide. The plant then produces Oxygen for humans to breathe. The plant also produces Glucose which is a sugar.
Cellular Respiration: Cellular Respiration takes in food and uses it to create ATP, a chemical which the cell uses for energy. Usually, this process uses oxygen, and is called aerobic respiration. It has three stages known as glycolysis, The Krebs cycle, and the electron transport train. Cellular respiration is the process of oxidizing food molecules like glucose, to carbon dioxide and water. The process occurs in two phases: glycolysis, the breakdown of glucose to pyruvic acid.