83 The Reactions of Photosynthesis
he requirements of photosynthesis were discovered in the
1800s. It was not until the second half of the 1900s, however, that biologists understood the complex reactions that make
this important cellu
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Chapter 8 Study Guide - Key Concepts, Questions and Vocabulary
8.1 Energy and Life
1. Compare and contrast autotrophs and heterotrophs. What are some examples of each?
2. Where do plants get their energy to produce food?
81 Energy and Life
nergy is the ability to do work. Nearly every activity in
modern society depends on one kind of energy or another.
When a car runs out of fuelmore precisely, out of the chemical
energy in gasolineit comes to a sputt
Student Exploration: Photosynthesis Lab
Vocabulary: carbon dioxide, chlorophyll, glucose, limiting factor, nanometer, photosynthesis,
Prior Knowledge Questions (Do these BEFORE using the Gizmo.)
To survive, what gas do we need t