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an organism capable of making its own food
autoroph
an organism NOT capble of making its own food
heterotroph
the way plants change sunlight, water and carbon dioxide (CO2)
photosynthesis
the green colored substance found in the choloroplasts of plants
chlorophyll
any light absorbing molecule
pigment
ATP
adenine triphosphate - main energy carrier in cells
stroma
a gap between guard cell in epidermis
Thylakiods
Disk in a chloroplast where photosynthesis takes place
the first stage of photosynthesis. sunlight energy is trapped and converted to chemical energy of ATP, NADPH, or both, depending on the pathway
light dependent reaction
a cluster of membrane that trap energy from the sun
photosystem
Which molecules stores more than 90 times the energy in a ATP molecule?
glucose
Where do all organism get the ENERGY that they need to regenerate ATP?
ADP
What is the ultimate source of enery that AUTOTROPHS use to produce their own food?
SUN
What consists ribose, sugar, adenine, and 3 phosphate groups?
ATP
When ATP loses a phosphate and releases energy what is formed?
ADP
What provides energy for active trasport in cells?
ATP
How Many phosphates are in one molecule of ADP?
2
HOW MANY phosphates are in mole ATP?
3
What are 3 cellular ACTIVITIES that use the energy stoped in ATP?
Photosysnthesis, Respiration, reproduction
What is the chemical equation that shows how ADP is made into ATP?
ADP + P ATP
ATP ADP+ Phosphate
Releasing
ADP + Phosphate ATP
Storing