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Chloroplast and mitochondria
Chloroplast and mitochondria
Chloroplast and mitochondria
Chloroplast and mitochondria
Chloroplast and mitochondria
Chloroplast and mitochondria
Chloroplast and mitochondria
Chloroplast and mitochondria
Chloroplast and mitochondria
Chloroplast and mitochondria
Chloroplast and mitochondria
Chloroplast and mitochondria
Chloroplast and mitochondria
Chloroplast and mitochondria
Chloroplast and mitochondria
Chloroplast and mitochondria
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Chloroplast and mitochondria

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  • 1. Chloroplasts & Mitochondria * Compare and contrast the functions of chloroplasts and mitochondrion
    • The cellular machinery requires a coninuous energy supply to do all the work of life.
    • The two types of cellular power stations are organelles called chloroplasts & mitochondria .
    • One harnesses light energy from the sun, and the other "unpacks" this captured energy into smaller packets that are useful for powering cellular work.
  • 2.
    • The cellular machinery requires a continuous energy supply to do all the work of life.
  • 3.
    • The two types of cellular power stations are organelles called chloroplasts & mitochondria .
  • 4.
    • One harnesses light energy from the sun, and the other "unpacks" this captured energy into smaller packets that are useful for powering cellular work.
  • 5. Cellular Respiration
    • The process by which cells make ATP
  • 6. Photosynthesis
    • Process by which plants and some other organisms use light energy to convert water and carbon dioxide into oxygen and C 6 H 12 O 6 (glucose or sugar) .
  • 7. Chloroplasts
    • Plants and algae (plant-like protists) harness light energy through photosynthesis.
    • Found only in Eukarya autotrophs/producers
    the sun sugar
  • 8. Chloroplasts
    • Light Energy + water & carbon dioxide Sugars (which are used as chemical energy) & oxygen
    • Found only in Eukarya autotrophs or producers
  • 9.
    • Two membranes
    • Fluid filled space ( stroma )
    • Disk shaped structures ( thylakoids )
    • Stack of disks ( granum )
    • Multiple stacks ( grana )
  • 10. Chloroplasts Netrium digitus A freshwater protist
  • 11. Mitochondria singular: mitochondrion
    • In all eukaryotic cells, mitochondria perform cellular respiration
    Sugar ATP = energy
  • 12. Mitochondria singular: mitochondrion
    • Sugar ATP
    • (adenosine triphosphate)
  • 13. ATP
    • In all eukaryotic cells, mitochondria perform cellular respiration
    • Sugar ATP (adenosine triphosphate)
    • Adenine (blue part)
    • Ribose (red part)
    • 3 phosphates (green part)
  • 14. Mitochondria singular: mitochondrion
    • Double membrane
    • Inner membrane has many folds .
  • 15. Mitochondria singular: mitochondrion
    • Inner membrane also has many enzymes for cellular respiration.
    • MATRIX-Inner fluid filled space
  • 16. Plant cells have both mitochondria and chloroplasts

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