Photosynthesis Diagrams Worksheet

9-12.L.1.1A. Students are able to explain the physical and chemical processes of photosynthesis and cell respiration and their importance to plant and animal life.

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Not all wavelengths of light are absorbed during photosynthesis. Green, the color of most plants, is actually the color that is reflected. The light that is absorbed splits water into hydrogen and oxygen:

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The efficiency of photosynthesis is limited by environmental factors, including light, water, and carbon dioxide. In hot or dry weather, plants may close their stomata to conserve water. When the stomata are closed, the plants may start photorespiration. Plants called C4 plants maintain high levels of carbon dioxide inside cells that make glucose, to help avoid photorespiration. C4 plants produce carbohydrates more efficiently than normal C3 plants, provided the carbon dioxide is limiting and sufficient light is available to support the reaction. In moderate temperatures, too much of an energy burden is placed on the plants to make the C4 strategy worthwhile (named 3 and 4 because of the number of carbons in the intermediate reaction).

C4 photosynthesis (Khan Academy)

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Transcript of Photosynthesis and Cellular Respiration

Cellular Respiration is used by animals
Photosynthesis is used by mostly plants
Sunlight is important to all living organisms
Carbon Dioxide, Sunlight, and water are converted into glucose and oxygen in photosynthesis
Molecules are broken down in cellular respiration
Nutrients are converted to energy for cell growth and repair
Cellular respiration is used by animals
Photosynthesis is used by mostly plants
So what are the differences and similarities between cellular respiration and photosynthesis?
Photosynthesis and Cellular Respiration
Processes of Energy Creation
Sunlight provides the energy to make glucose and oxygen from carbon dioxide and water.
Stage 1: Chlorophyll traps the energy of sunlight
Stage 2: Chloroplast uses the energy to change carbon dioxide and water into glucose.
The chlorophyll is found in these Thylakoids
See those bubbles?

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C4 photosynthesis incorporates novel leaf anatomy, metabolic specialisations and modified gene expression. C4 plants typically possess a distinctive Kranz leaf anatomy consisting of two photosynthetic cell types. These are bundle sheath (BS) cells that surround the vascular centres, and mesophyll (M) cells that, in turn, surround the BS cells. A more rare form uses compartmentalisation of dimorphic chloroplasts within a single cell type. In C4 leaves, these structural frameworks functionally separate two sets of carboxylation and decarboxylation reactions. Selective expression of key photosynthesis genes in BS and M cells leads to specific accumulation of key photosynthetic enzymes which catalyse different sets of cell‐type‐specific reactions, enabling these plants to assimilate atmospheric CO2 with very high efficiency. For some plants, C4 photosynthesis has facilitated their adaptation to arid conditions, high temperatures and marginal environments. Understanding the basis of this pathway has applications for improvements in agricultural productivity and alternative fuel development.

Advanced High School Life Science Standards

That's the oxidation process!!
Food is oxidized and combined with sugars from the food
The product is energy, carbon dioxide, waste and water
Food for Thought
Cellular Respiration
Draw this Venn Diagram in your notes and compare and contrast the two processes of energy creation
Not all nutrients consumed is for energy.