Photosynthesis & Cellular Respiration By: Aliyah Sidhu

PhotosynthEsis:

The process which plants use sunlight to synthesize food

CellUlar Respiration:

The process of breaking sugar into a form that the cell can use as energy

How Photosynthesis works?

Photosynthesis works by have light energy shine down to the plant's cells. These tiny cells are what make up the plant and its leaves. Inside of those tiny cells their is just one cell that is really important which is Chlorophyll. Chlorophyll traps the sun's light to start the process of Photosynthesis. After that Carbon dioxide enters through the stomata of the leaves, also water is absorbed from the roots. The sugar is made now it is time to release the oxygen into to the air as a by product.

This is a picture of how Photosynthesis works

How does Cellular RespiRation work?

The gluecose is going inside he lung. The gluecose and mitchohondirea each which creates water, carbon dioxide, and ATP, energy after the gluecose enters the lungs. Once the carbon dioxide is created, it goes through the bloodstream so it can be removed from the body since it is a bad gas from the body.

This is the process of Cellular Respiration!
Plants!

The End!

Credits:

Created with images by damesophie - "clover plant green" • plosone-phylo - "pone.0033746.g003.png" • Zappy's - "Introduction-to-Cellular-Respiration" • Benjamin Dobson - "Plants" • Dave Stokes - "Plant" • JarkkoManty - "sundew swamp plant" • Bluesnap - "pink periwinkle flower pink"

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