Carbon Cycle

Carbon Cycle

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  • Photosynthesis has two steps; Photo phase and Synthesis Phase. In the photo phase light energy is absorbed and the energy is spilt into water molecules and releases oxygen in the air as wastes.
  • In the Synthesis Phase a. CO2 is absorbed into the stroma b. energy is stored as CO2 combines with Hydrogen to form glucose in the Calvin Cycle c. water is formed as a waste
  • In the food chain there are 3 levels. Producers, Herbivores Carnivores Omnivores Detritivores, and Decomposers. Producers are plants that get their food from the sun. Herbivores are organisms that eat only plants, Carnivores are organisms that only eat meat, Omnivores are organisms that eat everything, and Detritivores are organisms that eat dead things. Decomposers are organisms that break down mater into the earth.
  • In glycolysis, anaerobic phase in the cytoplasm, no oxygen involved, Glucose (6C) is split into two molecules of Pyruvic Acid (2 x 3C), 2ATP used and 4ATP made, and 4e- and 4H+ released to NAD+ to form 2NADH. In the Kreb’s Citric Acid Cycle aerobic process in matrix of the mitochondria, 2 Pyruvic Acid are broken down to 6CO2 that are released, 2ATP used and 2 ATP made, 6H2O used , and 20e- and 20H+ released to 8NAD+ to form 8NADH and 2FAD to form 2FADH2. In Oxidative Phosphorylation, aerobic process in the christae of mitochondria will not occur without oxygen, energy from 24 electrons forms 34ATP, 6O2 combine with H+ and electrons to form 12H2O.
  • Decomposition is the process by which organic substances are broken down into a much simpler form of matter.
  • combustion is the process of burning something
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