Cellular EnergyLearning Goal:
How does the cell store and release energy (ATP) needed for basic functions?Photosynthesis
What are the events that occur in the two parts of photosynthesis, including reactants and products?Gizmo Learning Log-inUser: northside1Password: science-Search for "photosynthesis lab"Cellular Respiration Internet ActivityATPSimulationAerobic and AnaerobicLactic AcidIf time permits, use our GIZMO log-in (shown above)to explore the CELL ENERGY labCell Energy REVIEW
Use this PPT to create a flow chart showing how energy is made by the cell.
Begin the process with Photosynthesis and end with cellular respiration.Biology4Kids.com: PhotosynthesisRespiration
What are the steps to aerobic and anaerobic respiration, including reactants and products?Anaerobic Respiration:1. Glycolysismeans Splitting SugarsAerobic Respiration:2. Krebs Cycle: Breaks down carbs, fats and protein into CO2 and H2O to create energy.
Krebs Cycle aka Citric Acid Cycle Animation3. Electron Transport Chain: ETC in Mitochondria similiar to ETC in chlorplastsDefined as a sequence of membrane proteins that shuffle electrons during the chemical reactions that release energy used to make ATP Electron Transport Chain and ATP Synthesis Cellular Respiration PPT