I know that a plants food is glucose, but how do they get it if they dont have a mouth to eat it.
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Im Nico the ninja, I heard you dont know about Photosynthesis, so im here to tell you about it.
S0.... what is the process of photosynthesis
Photosynthesis starts with carbon dioxide and water getting combined with the energy source, sunlight. By combining, they create glucose or C6H12O6.
It occurs in the leaf. The organelle is the chloroplast.
Where does this happen? Which organelle?
What is the process that cells use to stay alive? Are there different types of this process? What organisms use this?
The process is called respiration. There are two types, called aerobic and anaerobic. All cells use this.
Oxygen is transported around the body and left at different cells. The cells now have everything that they need in order to perform the respiration reaction, which is a fuel source in the form of small food molecules and oxygen. The energy is picked up by ATP. Oxygen drives the reaction and keeps it going. This process creates a lot of energy, which makes more ATP.ATP stores energy that can be used by cells for other processes. The muscle cells still break down glucose, but don't use oxygen. Instead of a little bit of energy and a lot of lactic acid build up. This is known as lactic acid fermentation. The build up of lactic acid in muscle cells can make musscles feel still after exercise.