Today I'm going to bring you to the people who know how photosynthesis and cellular respiration work.
Right now, I am in Dr. Silver's private hospital. Let me bring you to the lecture hall to bring in Mr. Cellular Respiration.
.I work with the mitochondria, the powerhouse of the cell. My children, Krebs cycle and the electron transport chain also work with the mitochondria. Glycolysis, my other son, doesn't work in the mitochondria; instead, he spends time in the cytoplasm
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My son glycolysis can turn ATP and glucose molecules into pyruvate, ATP, and NADH. My son Krebs can become Acetyl-CoA and a four-carbon molecule into ATP, NADH, FADH2, and Co2. Lastly, my son ETC can turn NADH and FADH2F into ATP.
I can turn oxygen and glucose (sugar) into co2 h2o and oxygen.
My work is used in the cells of all organisms.
I'm so happy we were able to learn all the basics of cellular respiration from Mr. Cellular Respiration, but it's time to see how it works.
Check out this infographic I created thats labeled "Cellular Respiration Infographic"
Now that we have learned about Mr. Cellular Respiration and what his children do, I think we should meet Mrs. Photosynthesis. Click To Edit
Hello. My name is Mrs. Photosynthesis, and these are my children, Calvin, Photo I and Photo II (people call them the photo twins)
Let me tell you about what I do....
My job can be separated into two categories, the photo part and the synthesis part.
During the photo portion of Photosynthesis, sunlight is stored as energy in the chloroplast, specifically the thylakoid. The synthesis portion of Photosynthesis creates sugar molecules using a process powered by the stored energy, and this happens in the stroma.
I work with plants and algae, who are very respectful creatures if you get to know them
I use sunlight, carbon dioxide, and water, and after working my magic, I can get oxygen and glucose!
Enough about me, let my kids have a chance to speak about what they do. Calvin, you can go first.
Thanks, mom. Hey dudes I'm Calvin. I work inside the stroma.
But, my sisters, the photo twins have an even cooler job. Just wait 'till you see.
What I do is pretty sick. Using ATP, NADPH, and Co2, I can create sugar
Thanks Calvin. Photo II, you can go first.
Why thank you, Photo I. I work in the thylakoid of plants and algae.
I'm able to turn light and water into hydrogen, oxygen and high electron molecules
Im Photo I. Photo II's amazing twin sister.
Like my sister, I also work in the thylakoid of plants and algae.
Using light, I can create NADPH and high energy electrons.
Now, If you would take a look at the infographic titled Photosynthesis Infographic, you will be able to see how all the processes within Photosynthesis work.
WOW! Thanks Mrs. Photosynthesis and thank you also to you're wonderful children.
Dr. Silver is gonna be so happy I was able to teach you something today!
I would like to give a special thanks to all those who helped me accomplish this.
Staring:-Mr. Cellular Respiration-Mrs. Photosynthesis and her wonderful children-Fred