Science 7 notes glb lab 09 tracking invisible gases

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Science 7 notes glb lab 09 tracking invisible gases

  1. 1. Tracking InvisibleGases
  2. 2. Cellular Respiration
  3. 3. Key Objectives: The student will:– Investigate and understand thephysical and chemical process ofcellular respiration and itsimportance to plant and animallife
  4. 4. Key Objectives: The student will:– Use words or chemical equationsto compare and contrast theprocesses of photosynthesis andrespiration in terms of rawmaterials required, productsproduced and cellular organellesinvolved
  5. 5. Cellular Respiration The process in which all livingthings including plants obtainenergy stored in food
  6. 6. Cellular Respiration Diagram
  7. 7. Essential Learnings All livings turn food into energythrough a process calledcellular respiration
  8. 8. Essential Learnings Cellular respiration is achemical process that occurs inan organelle called themitochondria of each cell of aliving organism
  9. 9. Essential Learnings In the mitochondria, glucosemolecules are combined withOxygen to release energy andproduce Carbon Dioxide (CO2)and Water (H2O)
  10. 10. The Mitochondria Often called thepower source of thecell
  11. 11. Inside the Mitochondria
  12. 12. Essential Learnings Photosynthesis provides foodand oxygen necessary forcellular respiration of all plantsand animals
  13. 13. Photosynthesis
  14. 14. Essential Learnings During respiration Oxygen isused and Carbon Dioxide isgiven off to the environmentwhere it becomes available forproducers to use again
  15. 15. Essential Learnings Matter, in this case Oxygen andCarbon Dioxide is recycled This is known as The OxygenCarbon Dioxide Cycle– Part of the Carbon Cycle
  16. 16. The Carbon Dioxide -Oxygen Cycle
  17. 17. The Carbon Cycle

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