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Ch9EnergyRelation.

Ch9EnergyRelation. - Biological systems need energy To do...

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Biological systems need energy! To do “work” Chemical activities Growth Movement Reproduction Repair ? Stored in CHEMICAL BONDS
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Chemical Energy………….. Stored in? Food (Plant or Animal) Made by Producers in? Photosynthesis as? Glucose sugar Energy is released ? Respiration , breaks the chemical bonds
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ATP cell energy Ch.9.1 High energy molecule Supplies cell energy ATP cycles from ADP by addition of a high energy phosphate from the release of chemical energy in respiration
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ADP to ATP cycle ADP=di phosphate ATP= tri phosphate ATP makes a muscle work ADP in cell ADP +P High energy ATP -P after cell work
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ADP in cell Stored energy in glucose bonds + Respiration = Release of food energy Forms ATP so cell can do work + P
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Light energy Ch.9.2 Primary Energy Source for? Photosynthesis Used by Plants Chlorophyll
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Photosynthesis . . .
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