1 Station 1 1. All living things need energy. What is the primary source of this energy? 2. In photosynthesis, this primary source of energy is converted into usable energy known as. 3. What do ATP, NADPH, and glucose have in common?
2 Station 2 4. What is the molecule listed below? 5. Label the three components of ATP below: A. B. C. 6. How is energy released or stored? Identify where that happens.
3 Station 3 7. Complete the following equation that expresses the release of energy? (hint: think jar) (use the following: ADP ATP P energy) 8. Expresses the storage of energy?
4 Station 4 9. What does reactant and product mean? 10. Match the following words with the chemical formula. CO2 H2O C6H12O6 O2 A. Carbon dioxide B. Oxygen C. Glucose D. Water
5 Station Which cell organelle do the following occur in? A. Photosynthesis B. Cellular Respiration C. Glycolysis D. Kreb s Cycle E. ETC F. Fermentation
6 Station Chemical equation for Photosynthesis: What do plants need to survive? What do they create? 13. Reactants- Products- 14. In photosynthesis- creates oxygen In photosynthesis- creates carbon dioxide
7 Station List the two stages of Photosynthesis. 16. What is the purpose/goal of Photosynthesis? 17. What do the plants make for themselves? What is created as waste and not used by plants but we depend on it?
8 Station Photosynthesis Diagram. A. D. F. B. C. E. G.
9 Station In the Light Dependent Reaction, what are the reactants? Products? 20. In the Calvin Cycle, what are the reactants? Products?
10 Station What are the other names for the Calvin Cycle? What do these tell us about the process? 22. Where does the energy come to create glucose in the Calvin Cycle?
11 Station What would you expect to happen to cellular respiration of a person if they had decreased amount of oxygen available? (hint: think ETC) 24. What would you expect to happen to photosynthesis of a plant if they had decreased amount of carbon dioxide available? (hint: think Calvin Cycle)
12 Station Equation for Cellular Respiration: What do we need to produce energy? What do we create? 27. Reactants- Products- 28. In cellular respiration- creates lots of ATP. In cellular respiration- creates CO2.
13 Station Place the following in the flow chart. Aerobic ETC Anaerobic Kreb s Cycle Glycolysis Fermentation A. Cellular Respiration B. Cellular Respiration
14 Station What is the purpose/goal of Cellular Respiration? 31. Place your hand in front of your mouth and breathe out. What is made with aerobic respiration? 32. What do we place in our bodies to create energy? 33. Where does this energy come from?
15 Station What is the first stage of Cellular Respiration? 35. What are the two types of Cellular Respiration? How are they different? 36. Which one makes the most ATP? How much?
16 Station Cellular Respiration Flow Chart A - C. D. E. F.
17 Station Cellular Respiration Diagram H. A. B. C. E. I. D. F. G. J., K.
18 Station Glycolysis is the first stage of Cellular Respiration. What are the reactants? Products? 40. In the Krebs Cycle, what are the reactants? Products? 41. In the Electron Transport Chain, what are the reactants? Products?
19 Station If no oxygen is available after Glycolysis for Cellular Respiration, what happens? 43. What is the purpose of this stage without oxygen?
20 Station What are the two types of Anaerobic Respiration? 45. What organisms undergo each type of Anaerobic Respiration? 46.What are the products? Reactants? A. B.
21 Station Place the following in the flow diagram: a. ATP released b. glucose released c. makes CO2 d. makes O2 e. Releases energy f. Stores energy LEFT Photosynthesis RIGHT Cellular Respiration
22 Review Energy DUT Agenda: ENERGY DUT Review (Round Robin Activity) #14 Review Diagram of Energy Music Videos! :o) DUT Tomorrow; I will be grading Foldable (106) and Soda and Yeast Lab (112)
23 Station 1 1. All living things need energy. What is the primary source of this energy? SUN!!! 2. In photosynthesis, this primary source of energy is converted into usable energy known as. ATP- Adenosine Triphospate 3. What do ATP, NADPH, and glucose have in common? All three have the ability to store energy in their chemical bonds
24 Station 2 4. What is the molecule listed below? ATP 5. Label the three components of ATP below: Adenosine A. Ribose (sugar) B. Phosphates C. 6. How is energy released or stored? Identify where that happens. By breaking or creating a chemical bond
25 Station 3 7. Complete the following equation that expresses the release of energy? (hint: think jar) (use the following: ADP ATP P energy) ATP ADP + P + energy 8. Expresses the storage of energy? ADP + P + energy ATP
26 Station 4 9. What does reactant and product mean? Reactant- something needed/required for a reaction to take place. Product- what is being made/created from the chemical reaction 10. Match the following words with the chemical formula. CO2 H2O C6H12O6 O2 A. Carbon dioxide CO2 B. Oxygen O2 C. Glucose C6H12O6 D. Water H2O
27 Station Which cell organelle do the following occur in? A. Photosynthesis B. Cellular Respiration C. Glycolysis D. Kreb s Cycle E. ETC F. Fermentation Chloroplast Cytoplasm Mitochondria
28 Station Chemical equation for Photosynthesis: Sunlight H2O + CO2 What do plants need to survive? Water, carbon dioxide, sunlight 13. Reactants- Products- C6H12O6 + O2 What do they create? Glucose, oxygen Water, carbon dioxide, sunlight Glucose, oxygen Sunlight and water 14. In photosynthesis- creates oxygen In photosynthesis- Carbon creates glucose dioxide
29 Station List the two stages of Photosynthesis. Light Dependent Reaction and Calvin Cycle 16. What is the purpose/goal of Photosynthesis? Create sugar/glucose (chemical energy) from the sun (solar energy) 17. What do the plants make for themselves? Glucose What is created as waste and not used by plants but we depend on it? oxygen
30 Station Photosynthesis Diagram. H2O A. Sunlight CO2 D. F. B. LDR Calvin C. Cycle LDR- Light Dependent Reaction O2 E. C6H12O6 G.
31 Station In the Light Dependent Reaction, what are the reactants? Products? Sunlight + Water Oxygen + ATP 20. In the Calvin Cycle, what are the reactants? Products? Carbon Dioxide + ATP Glucose
32 Station What are the other names for the Calvin Cycle? What do these tell us about the process? Light Independent Reaction and the Dark Reaction; Does not require sunlight 22. Where does the energy come to create glucose in the Calvin Cycle? LDR- when sunlight split/broke bond of water and created ATP and NADPH
33 Station What would you expect to happen to cellular respiration of a person if they had decreased amount of oxygen available? (hint: think ETC) Go through Anaerobic Cellular Respiration and create fewer ATP molecules 24. What would you expect to happen to photosynthesis of a plant if they had decreased amount of carbon dioxide available? (hint: think Calvin Cycle) Few glucose/sugar molecules would be made
34 Station Equation for Cellular Respiration: What do we need to produce energy? 27. Reactants- Products- C6H12O6 + O2 Glucose and Oxygen Glucose and Oxygen Water, carbon dioxide, and ATP O2 H2O + CO2 + ATP What do we create? Water, Carbon Dioxide, and ATP 28. In cellular respiration- creates lots of ATP. In cellular respiration- glucose creates CO2.
35 Station Place the following in the flow chart. Aerobic ETC Anaerobic Kreb s Cycle Glycolysis Fermentation A. Aerobic Cellular Respiration Glycolysis Kreb s Cycle B. Anaerobic Cellular Respiration ETC Glycolysis Fermentation
36 Station What is the purpose/goal of Cellular Respiration? To create/release energy from glucose 31. Place your hand in front of your mouth and breathe out. What is made with aerobic respiration? Water, Carbon Dioxide, ATP (heat) 32. What do we place in our bodies to create energy? Oxygen and glucose 33. Where does this energy come from? Food- energy can be obtained from carbohydrates, proteins, and lipids
37 Station What is the first stage of Cellular Respiration? Glycolysis 35. What are the two types of Cellular Respiration? How are they different? Aerobic and Anaerobic Respiration; Aerobic has oxygen present where Anaerobic is lacking oxygen 36. Which one makes the most ATP? How much? Aerobic; 36 ATP
38 Station Cellular Respiration Flow Chart A - - C. C. _carbs, lipids, proteins_ D. Glycolysis E. Anaerobic CR F. Aerobic CR_ (Fermentation)_
39 Station Cellular Respiration Diagram H. O2_ KC- Kreb s Cycle ETC- Electron Transport Chain A. A. _Glucose_ B. _Glycolysis C. C. Pyruvate (Pyruvic Acid) E. KC_ I. ETC_ D. ATP_ F. ATP_ G. G._CO2_ J. ATP_ K. K._H2O_
40 Station Glycolysis is the first stage of Cellular Respiration. What are the reactants? Products? Glucose Pyruvic Acid (Pyruvate) 40. In the Krebs Cycle, what are the reactants? Products? Pyruvic Acid CO2 + ATP 41. In the Electron Transport Chain, what are the reactants? Products? O2 H2O + ATP (lots!)
41 Station If no oxygen is available after Glycolysis for Cellular Respiration, what happens? Cell begins to undergo Anaerobic Respiration (Fermentation) 43. What is the purpose of this stage without oxygen? Continue to supply the cell with energy (ATP) without oxygen
42 Station What are the two types of Anaerobic Respiration? Lactic Acid and Alcohol Fermentation 45. What organisms undergo each type of Anaerobic Respiration? Lactic Acid- Animal (specifically muscle tissue) Alcohol- Yeast and Bacteria 46.What are the products? Reactants? A. Pyruvate (Pyruvic Acid) Lactic Acid + ATP B. Pyruvate (Pyruvic Acid) Alcohol + CO2 + ATP
43 Station Place the following in the flow diagram: a. ATP released b. glucose released c. makes CO2 d. makes O2 e. Releases energy f. Stores energy LEFT Photosynthesis RIGHT A, C, E B, D, F Cellular Respiration
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Sta$on 1 1. What are the 3 stages of the CELL CYCLE? Iden$fy the purpose of each and which is the longest stage. Interphase- cell growth and duplicates DNA (longest stage) Mitosis- reduc$on of chromosomes
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