Metabolic pathwayName the three parts that make up ATP. Adenine, ribose sugarthree phosphate groups. What does ATP stand for? ATP has three phosphate groups, so it has more energy fully charged battery ADP has to phosphate groups, so anabolic pathways cellular respiration is like a half charged battery. They are electron carriers.
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Name the three parts that make up ATP. Adenine, ribose sugar , three phosphate groups. What does ATP stand for? ATP has three phosphate groups, so it has more energy fully charged battery ADP has to phosphate groups, so it is like a half charged battery.
They are electron carriers. When they are carrying the electron think shuttle bus , they are worth a little energy. They will deliver the electrons to places within photosynthesis and cellular respiration so that the energy can be used to do bigger things. Why are plants green? They contain clorophyll, which reflects green light.
How many turns of the Calvin Cycle are needed to make one glucose molecule? What are the reactants and products in photosynthesis? Glucose and oxygen C6H12O6 6O2. What can influence the rate of photosynthesis?
The amount of reactants available. If the plant runs out of water, carbon dioxide or sunlight, photosynthesis will decrease or stop. Contrast the light-dependent and light-independent reactions.
Light-dependent reactions occur first and require light. The purpose of them is to make a little energy for part 2. Light-independent reactions occur in the light or dark.
They are also called the Calvin Cycle. The purpose is to make sugar glucose. What does glycolysis mean and where does it occur in the cell?
If oxygen is present, what will occur after glycolysis? What occurs if oxygen is not present after glycolysis? What type occurs in yeast? What type occurs in human cells? What are the reactants and products of cellular respiration?
What are light absorbing molecules called? What does metabolism mean? All of the chemical reactions in a cell. Catabolic pathways release energy by breaking down larger molecules into smaller molecules. Cellular Respiration is a catabolic pathway because organic molecules glucose are broken down to release energy. What is the main energy compound of cells? Where does photosynthesis take place within a cell?
Where does cellular respiration take place within a cell? What is the name of the main pigment involved in photosynthesis? What is the role of oxygen in cellular respiration? It is the final electron acceptor in the electron transport chain.
Think hail mary pass When it catches the final electron, the portal is open - which allows ATP to be made. What molecule enters glycolysis? What is this molecule used to make by the end of cellular respiration?