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Metabolism - Respiration & PhotosynthesisDue: 9:00am on Wednesday, March 20, 2013
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Energy Flow in Plants -- Concept Map
Plants are best known for their ability to perform photosynthesis, the process by which light energy is converted to chemical energy in the form of sugars. But plants don’t just make sugars; they use them, too. Like animals, plants must break sugars down to fuel cellular work. In this activity, youwill complete a concept map showing the interrelatedness of sugar production and sugar breakdown in a plant cell.
Part A -
Photosynthesis and respiration in plants
Drag the labels from the left to their correct locations in the concept map on the right. Not all labels will be used.
What products are generated in chloroplasts?
Chloroplasts are the sites of photosynthesis.
of the following molecules are products of chloroplasts?
What products are generated in mitochondria?
Mitochondria house the metabolic pathways associated with cellular respiration.
of the following molecules are products of mitochondria?
Biol 1002 - Spring 2013
Metabolism - Respiration & Photos...
sugar amino acidoxygen gascarbon dioxidesugar carbon dioxide ATPoxygen gas
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