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The amount of energy needed to cause a chemical reaction to occur

The amount of energy needed to cause a chemical reaction to occur

The place on an enzyme where it binds with its substrate

The place on an enzyme where it binds with its substrate

Substance that starts or speeds up a chemical reaction, also known as an enzyme

Substance that starts or speeds up a chemical reaction, also known as an enzyme

A chemical reaction that results in a net release of energy

A chemical reaction that results in a net release of energy

The molecule on which an enzyme acts

The molecule on which an enzyme acts

Two identical molecules that result from the splitting of glucose

Two identical molecules that result from the splitting of glucose

Chemical reactions that involve the transfer of electrons from one atom or molecule to

Chemical reactions that involve the transfer of electrons from one atom or molecule to another.

The stage of cellular respiration that occurs in the presence of oxygen

The stage of cellular respiration that occurs in the presence of oxygen

Using light energy to convert carbon dioxide and water into carbohydrates

Using light energy to convert carbon dioxide and water into carbohydrates

Tiny packets of energy

Tiny packets of energy

First step or stage in cellular respiration

First step or stage in cellular respiration

The process by which living things release the energy stored in food molecules

The process by which living things release the energy stored in food molecules

The process of breaking down pyruvates in the absence of oxygen to obtain energy

The process of breaking down pyruvates in the absence of oxygen to obtain energy

The slowing or stopping of an early reaction in a biochemical pathway when levels

The slowing or stopping of an early reaction in a biochemical pathway when levels of the end product become high

Molecules that absorb light, such as chlorophyll and xanthopyhll

Molecules that absorb light, such as chlorophyll and xanthopyhll

The sum of the chemical reactions in a cell.

The sum of the chemical reactions in a cell.

A chemical reaction that requires a net input of energy

A chemical reaction that requires a net input of energy

The indicator we used for the Plant-Animal Relationship lab that changes color from blue

The indicator we used for the Plant-Animal Relationship lab that changes color from blue to green to yellow

Color of lights absorbed for photosynthesis

Color of lights absorbed for photosynthesis

If an object appears orange, then the orange light is

If an object appears orange, then the orange light is

Products of Photosynthesis

Products of Photosynthesis

Products of Cellular Respiration

Products of Cellular Respiration

Reactants of Photosynthesis

Reactants of Photosynthesis

Reactants of Cellular Respiration

Reactants of Cellular Respiration

Biological Catalysts

Biological Catalysts

ATP ADP + ?

ATP ADP + ?

Contains Three Phosphoric Acid Molecules, 1 Ribose Molecule, and 1 Adenine Molecule

Contains Three Phosphoric Acid Molecules, 1 Ribose Molecule, and 1 Adenine Molecule

Contains Two Phosphoric Acid Molecules, 1 Ribose Molecule, and 1 Adenine Molecule

Contains Two Phosphoric Acid Molecules, 1 Ribose Molecule, and 1 Adenine Molecule

Where photosynthesis occurs (cellular structure)

Where photosynthesis occurs (cellular structure)

Where Cellular Respiration occurs (cellular structure)

Where Cellular Respiration occurs (cellular structure)

Affected by temperature, acidity, and the amount of available substrate

Affected by temperature, acidity, and the amount of available substrate

A series of linked chemical reactions

A series of linked chemical reactions

Occurs in three stages

Occurs in three stages

Occurs in two stages

Occurs in two stages

Chlorophyll is found inside what plant cell structures

Chlorophyll is found inside what plant cell structures

The chlorophyll inside a chloroplast is found in stacks of disk-like structures

The chlorophyll inside a chloroplast is found in stacks of disk-like structures

Means “Splitting of Glucose”

Means “Splitting of Glucose”

When muscle cells do not receive enough oxygen this is formed

When muscle cells do not receive enough oxygen this is formed

What happens to light that is not absorbed

What happens to light that is not absorbed

What uses the Calvin Cycle

What uses the Calvin Cycle

What uses the Kreb’s Cycle

What uses the Kreb’s Cycle

What is the maximum number of ATPs that can be produced in the overall

What is the maximum number of ATPs that can be produced in the overall process of oxidative respiration?

Photosynthesis Cellular Respiration Substrate Cytoplasm or mitochondria Activation energy Active Site Exergonic Photons Pyruvate

Photosynthesis Cellular Respiration Substrate Cytoplasm or mitochondria Activation energy Active Site Exergonic Photons Pyruvate Oxidative Respiration Red and blue Endergonic Pigments Glycolysis Cellular Respiration Metabolism BTB Chloroplasts ATP Enzymes Water and Carbon Dioxide Sugar and Oxygen Reflected Carbon dioxide, ATP, Water Carbon dioxide and Water Energy ADP Enzymes Photosynthesis Chloroplasts Glycolysis Photosynthesis Reflected Lactic Acid Thylakoids Feedback Inhibition Biochemical Pathways Catalyst 38 Oxidation. Reduction