Cellular Respiration

Updated: 5/12/2020
Cellular Respiration

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  • Photo-
  • Synthesis
  • Nothing, I'm just thinking about what I'm going to eat because I'm hungry
  • Hey Corgi what are you up to?
  • Do you want to eat something? You know we can hit up Cafe Photosynthesis
  • No thanks, I already ate. I get my food from the sun
  • By: Alexa Mendoza
  • I don't eat the sun silly... I absorb the light energy together with carbon dioxide from the air and water from the soil.
  • So... you don't want to go eat at that new cafe but you eat the sun!?
  • Photosynthesis is the process of making glucose which plants use as an energy source.
  • Oh that's cool! So will you go to that new cafe with me because I'm still hungry
  • It's a process called photosynthesis which allows me to produce my own food so I can grow!
  • The leaves absorb the sunlight and activate electrons. During this process, water is split into oxygen and hydrogen ions. The electrons go through an electron transport chain later leading to the release of oxygen.
  • The End
  • Cafe Photosynthesis
  • Light-Independent uses energy from light reaction to convert carbon dioxide into glucose.
  • The Calvin Cycle proceeds through a series with 3 RuBP and eventually end up with the same molecule, producing glucose along the way.
  • Of course I will
  • The final photosynthesis reaction looks like : 6CO2 + 6H2O + (light energy) -> C6H12O6+6O2