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Photosynthesis Cellular Respiration Assessment
Updated: 5/11/2020
Photosynthesis Cellular Respiration Assessment
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  • hydrogen
  • uh oh this isn't good
  • Oxygen
  • hydrogen
  • more deadly lasers
  • hydrogen
  • hydrogen
  • they're too powerful
  • welp I'm just here now I guess
  • Oxygen
  • lasers from the sun
  • hydrogen
  • oxygen
  • stomata
  • wwwwwwrrrrrrrryyyyyyyyy!
  • oxygen
  • stomata
  • oxygen
  • Get a load of this guy
  • Carbondioxide
  • Carbondioxide
  • stomata
  • Carbondioxide
  • Come on Let me in
  • Sorry Green can't let in bro.
  • Light
  • chlorophyll
  • Light
  • ora ora ora ora
  • chlorophyll
  • chlorophyll
  • Light
  • Quickly let in
  • Nani?!
  • next you will say "Come on let me in"
  • Light
  • After words the electrons are energized and split off of the water molecules, leaving oxygen as the by product. the hydrogen electrons are then moved to a reaction center in the chlorophyll molecule
  • Calvin-Benson cycle
  • Calvin-Benson cycle
  • I feel like I can go on all night man.
  • well what about me huh?
  • well what about you?
  • well it's getting dark outside I should wrap it up
  • Plant
  • Plant
  • While that's happening the stomata is breathing in carbon dioxide and breathing out oxygen.
  • carbon dioxide
  • Several bad puns later
  • we have plans for you
  • Plant
  • water
  • you know what. I really don't know
  • Then I guess we have no choice
  • ATP
  • ATP
  • 
  • It's ether them or we're gone.
  • NADPH
  • Glucose
  • So what do we do now?
  • NADPH
  • When light hits the chlorophyll it absorbs the light and sucks it in but the green wave length is reflected off the chlorophyll
  • Sure
  • Hey you want the rest of my energy
  • alright you can pass my friend.
  • ATP
  • electron
  • ok then
  • sure I don't see anything going wrong here
  • sweet!
  • electron
  • ATP
  • ATP
  • whoa I need you to slow down
  • hey kid wanna give me some energy
  • electron
  • electron
  • The process that has happened on the right can also happen in the night so it is always making the process as long as there is fuel.
  • Calvin-Benson cycle
  • Ok sweet that was easier than expected.
  • Ok look man I'm going asleep I don't know about you but I'm tired.
  • Plant
  • After words they use Energy from ATP and NADPH molecules enables the cell to use carbon dioxide, resulting in the production of sugar, fatty acid and glycerol.
  • Now get in my belly
  • Yeah pretty much.
  • Am I just here now?
  • The electrons that were cut off are slowed down and energy is transferred from the electron to ATP, and reduced to NADPH.
  • NADPH
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