• Biologu Final Study Guide
    (reactants) → (products) 2. Explain the relationship between photosynthesis and respiration. Cellular respiration is the complementary breakdown process to the synthesizing process of photosynthesis. 3. Identify the parts of mitochondria 4. Compare and contrast the two types of cellular...
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  • Diabetes
    enzyme specificity. 82. Explain the induced-fit model of enzyme function. 83. W hat effects do the enzymes have on the activation energy of the reaction? 84. Explain how temperature, pH, and enzyme inhibitors can affect enzyme activity. Chapter 9 (Cellular Respiration: Harvesting Chemical Energy...
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  • Biology Notes
    energy by organisms. How energy from respiration is used: It used in by a number of organisms in a number of cellular processes: • Synthesis of complex molecules such as proteins, lipids and carbohydrates. Growth involving the division and extension of cells. • Repair and maintenance of old or...
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  • Biology EOC Review Packet
    environment 57. What is homeostasis? The ability of an organism to maintain its internal environment despite conditions in the external environment Chapter 8 & 9 – Photosynthesis and Cellular Respiration 58. What is the formula for photosynthesis? CO2 + H2O + Energy → C6H12O6 + O2 Carbon...
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  • biology
    an enzyme referred to as a “lock and key”? Topic 6: Photosynthesis and Respiration A. Photosynthesis and cellular respiration are of critical importance to living things because they form a cycle by which energy enters and moves through the living world. Photosynthesis is performed by...
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  • Dddd
    . | | | |d. Students know how water, carbon, and nitrogen cycle between abiotic resources and organic matter in the ecosystem |1 or 2** | | |and how oxygen cycles through photosynthesis and respiration...
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  • Paper 1
    ecosystems. 3 C 1.4.6 The student will describe trends revealed by data. 4 G 3.3.3 The student will explain how a genetic trait is determined by the code in a DNA molecule. 5 D 3.2.1 The student will explain processes and the function of related structures found in...
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  • Dam It
    , for example. Cellular respiration and energy extraction Cellular respiration is a set of biochemical reactions that extracts energy from biomolecules – sugars mostly. Cellular respiration is a sequence of progressing reactions that occur in many steps. Depending upon the situation, there are...
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  • Essay
    respiration |The process of photosynthesis in plants | | | | |Explain what cell respiration is...
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  • Ap Bio Ecology Lab
    and how humans may have altered the flow. ➢ The carbon cycle is a balance between the amount of carbon dioxide removed from ecosystems by photosynthesis and added by cellular respiration. Burning of fossil fuels, wildfires, and etc have added significant amounts of additional carbon dioxide...
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  • Preliminary Biology Yearly Notes
    places in which it is found. No species is spread evenly through an entire natural ecosystem. * Abundance of a species means how many members of the species live throughout the ecosystem. Increases in animal abundance are caused by births and immigrations. Decreases are due to deaths and...
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  • Ecology Notes
    other materials in order to store chemical energy. Cellular respiration, on the other hand, breaks those sugars down to release the energy and do work within the cell. Because the energy stored in the sugars comes from light initially, photosynthesis will increase as light levels increase...
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  • Ecosystem
    processes Energy and carbon enter ecosystems through photosynthesis, are incorporated into living tissue, transferred to other organisms that feed on the living and dead plant matter, and eventually released through respiration. Most mineral nutrients, on the other hand, are recycled within ecosystem...
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  • test
    matter in the ecosystem and how oxygen cycles through photosynthesis and respiration. 1 or 2** e. Students know a vital part of an ecosystem is the stability of its producers and decomposers. 1 f. Students know at each link in a food web some energy is stored in newly made structures but much...
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  • Cycles
    illustrate and explain how carbon, nitrogen and oxygen are cycled through an ecosystem TASKS: - review the hydrological cycle (the water cycle) - get into groups of three - one member will research the carbon cycle, one will research the nitrogen cycle and one will research the oxygen cycle - for...
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  • Autotrophs and Heterotrophs
    function. At the level of the cells, food is broken down through a process called cellular respiration to produce energy that can be used by the cell. What are different ways that organisms can obtain energy? Some organisms, called heterotrophs (which literally means ‘other nutrition’), rely on...
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  • Biology Preliminary
    interactions). Community The place of a species within a community involving relationships with other species. Ecology Study of the relationships living organisms have with each other and their environment.  Ecosystem A community together with its environment; any environment containing...
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  • Biology Summaries
    predators ▪ Number of mates available to ensure survival and reproduction ▪ Number and variety of disease causing organisms Describe the roles of photosynthesis and respiration in ecosystemsPhotosynthesis produces oxygen which is essential for aerobic respiration • Waste...
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  • Vocabulary Jane Eyre
    photosynthesis does not occur. • Since net productivity = gross productivity – respiration, we can calculate gross productivity. Measuring Primary Productivity How can primary productivity be measured in an aquatic ecosystem? To answer this question, you must first recall the equation for...
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     cellular respiration. Where an organism lives is called its habitat and is important in  determining how that organism gets food and shelter. All the organisms living in an area and their  interactions with the biotic and abiotic environments are called an ecosystem.  • Abiotic factors: are the non‐living...
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