7652052-AP-Bio-Chapter-Ten-Photosynthesis

7652052-AP-Bio-Chapter-Ten-Photosynthesis - UNIT TWO: THE...

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Unformatted text preview: UNIT TWO: THE CELL Chapter Ten: Photosynthesis Chapter Ten: Photosynthesis Chapter Ten: Photosynthesis Chapter Ten: Photosynthesis (Text from Biology , 6 th Edition, b In photosynthesis photosynthesis photosynthesis photosynthesis, the chloropl energy store in sugar and other Plants and Other Autotrophs are Organic compounds can be acqu heterotrophic nutrition. Autotr Autotr Autotr Autotr survive, but can instead make th substances they take from the e producers of the biosphere, sinc for nonautotrophic organisms. P source to synthesize organic sub certain prokaryotes are photoau sulfur or ammonia without the h Heterotrophs Heterotrophs Heterotrophs Heterotrophs live on compound They can gain organic compoun decomposers that consume the all heterotrophs rely on photoau A Photoautotroph Photoautotroph Photoautotroph Photoautotroph Requires Chemoautotroph Chemoautotroph Chemoautotroph Chemoautotroph Requires Photoheterotroph Photoheterotroph Photoheterotroph Photoheterotroph Requires Chemoheterotroph Chemoheterotroph Chemoheterotroph Chemoheterotroph Requires Chloroplasts Are the Sites of Ph Although all green sections of a are the major sites of photosynt about half a million chloroplasts The green pigment inside chloro green color. Light energy absorb synthesis of food molecules insi most abundant inside the cells o the leaf. Carbon dioxide enters microscopic pores called stoma stoma stoma stoma other nonphotosynthetic parts o by Campbell and Reece) Photosynthesis (Chapter Ten) lasts of plant cells convert light energy from the organic molecules. PHOTOSYNTHESIS IN NATURE re the Producers of the Biosphere uired by organisms by autotrophic or rophs rophs rophs rophs do not need to eat other organisms to their own organic materials from inorganic environment. They are also called the ce they are the source of organic compounds Photo autotrophs use light as an energy bstances. Plants, algae, some protists, and utotrophs. Chemo autotrophs can oxidize help of light. ds produced by other organisms and are also kno ds by consuming plants or other animals. Other e remains of dead organisms or that feed on othe utotrophs for food and oxygen (a byproduct of ph A Summary o A Summary o A Summary o A Summary of Autotrophs and Heterotrophs f Autotrophs and Heterotrophs f Autotrophs and Heterotrophs f Autotrophs and Heterotrophs sunlight energy, fixes CO 2 into organic compoun energy from inorganic compounds, fixes CO 2 int sunlight energy, organic compounds from other energy from inorganic compounds, organic comp hotosynthesis in Plants a plant have chloroplasts, the leaves thesis in most plants. There are s per square millimeter of leaf surface. oplasts, chlorophyll chlorophyll chlorophyll chlorophyll, gives leaves their rbed by chlorophyll powers the ide the chloroplast. Chloroplasts are of mesophyll mesophyll mesophyll mesophyll, the interior tissue of the leave and oxygen exits through ata ata ata ata. Veins send sugar to roots and of the plant....
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This note was uploaded on 12/04/2009 for the course BIOL 230 taught by Professor Gibson during the Spring '09 term at Tennessee Martin.

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