Photosynthesis•Julia By Julia

What is Photosynthesis

Photosynthesis the process when plants use light energy, water, carbon dioxide to make sugar, for energy, and oxygen, which gets released.

The light energy from the sun is being taken in by the plant.
The water that's in the soil, goes up through the roots to use for photosynthesis.
This shows the carbon dioxide going into the plant, which is a reactant in photosynthesis.
The Stoma is a small hole that lets gases in and out.
The chloroplast is the place where photosynthesis happens, and they capture sunlight.
Chlorophyll is what makes plants green.
Glucose is sugar that is used for plants energy. It is one of the products of photosynthesis.

What is Cellular Respiration

Cellular respiration is a chemical process that makes energy in cells. This happens in animal and plants, unlike photosynthesis. During cellular respiration sugar is broken up to give plants and animal energy. Respiration uses sugar and oxygen, to make carbon dioxide, water, and energy.

This is the chemical reaction for cellular respiration.
All of the types of atoms in cellular respiration and photosynthesis.
In glucose there are six carbon atoms, twelve hydrogen atoms, and six oxygen atoms.
CO2 is the chemical formula for carbon dioxide.
H2O is the chemical formula for water.
C6H12O6 is the chemical formula for glucose(sugar).
O2 is the chemical formula for oxygen.
ATP stands for stored energy.

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Created with images by Ken McMillan - "Leaf"

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