Photosynthesis and Cellular Respiration Matrix

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Axia College Material Appendix E Photosynthesis and Cellular Respiration Matrix Complete the matrix. Use the following questions to aid in completion: What is the purpose of this pathway? Reactants : What does this reaction need to proceed? Products : What is produced because of the reaction? The role of ATP : Does it supply energy or store energy? Cellular respiration Photosynthesis Pathway Glycolysis Krebs Cycle Electron Transport Light-dependent reaction Light-independent reaction Purpose Turns One equivalent of glucose into two equivalents of pyruvate ATP synthesis by connecting aerobic and anaerobic metabolic pathways Energy creation via ATP production Provide energy for the light- independent reaction ATP and NADPH
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Unformatted text preview: fuels energy and hydrogen ions for addition to carbon dioxide to make glucose Where it takes place Cell cytoplasm Mitochondria Mitochondria Thyakoid Membrane Stroma Reactants Glucose, two energy transfer molecules, NAD and ATP. Acetyl-CoA NADH and also FADH2 Sunlight chlorophyll, and H2O ATP, carbon dioxide, and NADPH Products Pyruvate and ATP Carbon dioxide and ATP 36 ATP ATP, NADPH Glucose, NADP+, ADP+P The role of ATP ATP production ATP production Energy is created to drive the reaction to completion. Transports solar energy in the form of ATP to power other chemical reactions ATP and NADH both provide energy to the reactants CO2 and H2O to synthesize glucose SCI 230...
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