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Characteristics of all living things is that they all use…. Energy. Two ways organisms get their energy (food). Autotophic Heterotrophic. Autotroph & Heterotropoh. autos - Greek for “self” hetero – Greek for different trophos - Greek for “feed”. Photo auto trophs. Photo auto trophs.
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autos - Greek for “self”
hetero – Greek for different
trophos - Greek for “feed”
Beneficial ? Both ?
First appeared in the
Cyanobacteria – Also
Known as “blue green
Absorb a violet stain
Glucose and Oxygen
What do you think
No carbon dioxide
CO2 and H2 Oand O2 is produced as a by product
Calvin Cycle or Carbon Fixation
Do you see where you get
the oxygen that you breathe?
each thylakoid membrane.
Photosystem 1 was the
first one discovered
High or low potential
No NADPH or
Oxygen is made
Electrons are returned to
chlorophyll so this is is
Define “auto” and “trophos” “photo” “synthesis” “chloro”
Identify the photoautroph kingdoms. Identify at least two from each kingdom
Explain why bacteria used to be in the kingdom Monera
Explain how cows are contributing to global warming
Differentiate between Gram + and Gram – bacteria
Label the cross-section of a leaf and the biological significance of xylem, phloem, mesophyll, and stomata.
Recognize the equation of photosynthesis and identify the ingredients and products
Explain the role of chlorophyll in photosynthesis
Identify the organelle of photosynthesis and be able to label all of its parts
Explain why chlorophyll is appears green
Identify which colors of light are the least and most important in photosynthesis
Explain the role of NADP, ATP, Carbon Dioxide in photosynthesis
Identify where in the chloroplast the light and dark reactions
Explain how chemiosmosis occurs and its importance
Explain how carbon dioxide is changed into glucose
Explain the role of water in the light reactions
Differentiate between the light and dark reactions
Identify the other name of the dark reactions
Explain why crabgrass and corn grow so well in the hottest times of the year.
Give the straight poop about cow poop.
most of the world’s oxygen?
They make organic compounds from