What is the reaction where energy from food is released in the form of ATP? Cellular Respiration What type of respiration occurs in the presence of.

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  • What is the reaction where energy from food is released in the form of ATP?Cellular RespirationWhat type of respiration occurs in the presence of oxygen? AerobicWhat type of respiration occurs in the absence of oxygen?Anaerobic

  • What is the first step of cellular respiration?Glycolysis During this step, glucose is split into two _______.Pyruvates (pyruvic acid)

  • What is the second set of reactions in cellular respiration?Krebs CyclesWhat are the products of this reaction? 2 ATP, 6 NADH, 2 FADH2

  • What enzyme assists in the formation of ATP?ATP SynthaseWhat set of reactions use radiant energy to make glucose and oxygen?Photosynthesis How many membranes make up the chloroplast?Three

  • Where do the light reactions occur?Thylakoid of the granaWhere does the Calvin Cycle occur?StromaWhat is the pigment that absorbs light?Chlorophyll

  • What process transfers electrons from a high energy state to a low energy state?Electron transport chainWhat alternative pathway allows plants to close their stomata during the day and gather carbon dioxide at night?CAM

  • Why does the Calvin Cycle have to complete 6 turns?B/C carbon dioxide only donates one carbon and glucose is a six carbon sugarWhat are the reactants of photosynthesis?Water, carbon dioxide, lightWhat are the products of photosynthesis?glucose, and oxygen

  • What are the reactants of cellular respiration?Glucose and oxygenWhat are the products of cellular respiration?Carbon dioxide, water and 38 ATP

  • Photosynthesis, Cellular respiration or bothUses electron transport chainBothReleases energyCellular respirationStores energyPhotosynthesis

  • Photosynthesis, Cellular respiration or bothOccurs in autotrophsPhotosynthesisOccurs in all organismsCellular respirationOccurs in the mitochondriaCellular respirationOccurs in the chloroplastPhotosynthesis

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