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DO NOW: For life, what is the importance of…

DO NOW: For life, what is the importance of…

DO NOW: For life, what is the importance of…. Carbon? Hydrogen? Nitrogen? Oxygen? Phosphorus? Sulfur?. VIDEO 1 – Water and Carbon. VIDEO 2 – N, P. For life, what is the importance of…. Carbon - is basis for ORGANIC materials. Hydrogen- water and energy transfer.

By benjamin
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Warm-up

Warm-up

Warm-up. Plants are sprawled out across the forest. Running up the trees are squirrels. Name the processes that both these organisms go through. Compare and contrast these two processes. Warm-up. What does a plant need in order to grow? What organelle do plants use to make glucose?

By niveditha
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Cellular Respiration Chemical Pathways Section 9-1

Cellular Respiration Chemical Pathways Section 9-1

Cellular Respiration Chemical Pathways Section 9-1. Flora Biology I. Chemical Energy and Food. Lots of energy present in food (glucose/other compounds) Ex: 1 gram glucose = 3811 calories Calorie – amount of energy required to raise one gram of water, one Celsius degree

By niveditha
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Photosynthesis & Cellular Respiration

Photosynthesis & Cellular Respiration

Photosynthesis & Cellular Respiration. Aaron Geddes P.5 Llanos. About Photosynthesis & Cell Respiration. In our earth all organism depend on free energy to sustain their life. The goal in living is to make ATP or (Adenosine Triphosphate) to use this free energy.

By Samuel
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Plant Processes

Plant Processes

Plant Processes. Original by Mark Morgan Berrien County High School Edited by Georgia Agriculture Education Curriculum Office July 2002. Basic processes that plants depend upon for growth. Photosynthesis Cellular Respiration Water absorption Translocation Transportaion. Photosynthesis.

By Anita
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Energy Flow- Photosynthesis & Cellular Respiration

Energy Flow- Photosynthesis & Cellular Respiration

Energy Flow- Photosynthesis & Cellular Respiration. Focus Question: Where do plants and animals get their energy from?. Energy Flow. Radiant energy is energy that comes from the Sun

By paul
(525 views)

Starter Cellular Respiration

Starter Cellular Respiration

Starter Cellular Respiration. Compare and contrast photosynthesis and respiration. Have WB out ready to check. Photosynthesis Respiration Foldable. Title and equation. Title and equation. Front. Respiration. Photosynthesis. Inside. Left side

By benjamin
(455 views)

Harvesting Energy

Harvesting Energy

Harvesting Energy. Topics you are not responsible for: The individual enzymatic steps of glycolysis, Krebs cycle and the ETC The details of fat metabolism through β -oxidation Be able to answer questions: Self-test #s 1,3,6-13. Can dieting lengthen your life?

By Audrey
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Respiratory System

Respiratory System

Respiratory System. Gas exchange. W O R K T O G E T H E R. Why do we breathe? Think of all the reasons why we need a respiratory system. Warning: terminology!. “Respiration” is used several different ways:

By carrington
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Warm Up 3/18/19

Warm Up 3/18/19

Warm Up 3/18/19. Welcome back! Write 1 paragraph to summarize what you enjoyed most about spring break. Homework. Textbook Pages 226-237 Due Thursday. Foldable. 2 sheets of paper, fold as directed Photosynthesis Cellular Respiration Where Where

By nova
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Topic 9 How Does Life Use Energy?

Topic 9 How Does Life Use Energy?

Topic 9 How Does Life Use Energy?. Dr. George Lapennas Dept. of Biology. Nature of science:. Search for mechanistic explanations – ones that predict events based on underlying rules and structures. Quick review of special characteristics of living things (organisms). 1. Growth.

By jun
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Biology EOC Exam Review

Biology EOC Exam Review

Biology EOC Exam Review. Benchmark Specific Resources to prepare for the EOC. Molecular and Cellular Biology. Content represents 35% of the EOC. Molecular and Cellular Biology – 35% of test Cell theory Cell structure, DNA replication Mitosis and Meiosis Macromolecules

By ciro
(176 views)

Cellular Energetics Review

Cellular Energetics Review

Cellular Energetics Review. Chapters 9 & 10. Cellular respiration. Catabolic, energy-yielding pathway Glucose + oxygen → carbon dioxide + water Energy released is ATP and heat Glycolysis Kreb’s/Citric Acid Cycle Electron Transport Chain and oxidative phosphorylation. Glycolysis.

By arne
(236 views)

PROKARYOTES

PROKARYOTES

PROKARYOTES. THEY ARE EVERYWHERE. The Major Similarities Between the Two Types of Cells (Prokaryote and eukaryote) Are:. They both have DNA as their genetic material. They are both membrane bound. They both have ribosomes . They have similar basic metabolism .

By lorie
(310 views)

Understanding Respiration

Understanding Respiration

Understanding Respiration. Common Core/ Next Generation Science Standards Addressed.

By aspen
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Lab. No.2

Lab. No.2

Lab. No.2. Respiration. 1. Cellular Respiration. * Cellular respiration is the name given to metabolic pathways in which cells harvest the energy from the metabolism of food molecules. * These reactions proceed the same way in plants and animals. Overall Reaction:

By jerrell
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Biology UNIT 2 Energy

Biology UNIT 2 Energy

Biology UNIT 2 Energy. 9/11 How does Carbon cycle through Planet Earth? P. 40 NB. Carbon is the main element of life in organic organisms. Look the Carbon Cycle on page 55 in the biology book. How does carbon cycle through the Atmosphere? Where is it released from?

By Thomas
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Review for Photosynthesis and Cellular Respiration

Review for Photosynthesis and Cellular Respiration

Review for Photosynthesis and Cellular Respiration. The main product of the Calvin Cycle is. NADPH Oxygen Glucose Carbon dioxide. The main product of the Calvin Cycle is. NADPH Oxygen Glucose Carbon dioxide. The name of the three groups of molecules at the end of ATP. Glucose

By odelia
(691 views)

Respiration

Respiration

Respiration. Cellular respiration is the process by which cells transfer chemical energy from sugar molecules to ATP molecules. As this happens cells release CO 2 and use up O 2 Respiration can be AEROBIC or ANAEROBIC. O 2. Breathing. CO 2. Lungs. O 2. CO 2. Bloodstream.

By jayme
(273 views)

CELLULAR RESPIRATION

CELLULAR RESPIRATION

CELLULAR RESPIRATION. Chemical Pathways Chapter 9-1. http://www.clickatutor.com/mitochondria.jpg. http://www.inclusive.co.uk/downloads/images/pics2/tree.gif. AUTOTROPHS. ___________ use energy from sunlight or chemicals to make their own food. In the last chapter green plants

By locke
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