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Tuesday,
September 6, 2016
Plant Cells
Animal Cells
Respiration
Nucleus •  contain chloroplasts, which create
chlorophyll and change sunlight into
energy
•  contains cell wall
•  do not have cell wall
•  a series of chemical reactions that
transforms energy in food molecules
into usable energy
•  important to the cell because it
directs all activities of the cell
•  contains all instructions for
everything the cell does
•  carries instructions on threadlike
hereditary material made of proteins
and DNA
Lactic Acid
• 
Fermentation
Bacteria
• 
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Photosynthesis
• 
• 
• 
uses glucose (sugar) and produces ATP,
but in smaller amounts than cellular
respiration
does not require oxygen
can be useful to organisms
• some bacteria can be used as
antibiotics
• some bacteria exist in intestines and
help protect living things from
infections and invaders. • bacteria help in digestion and in
breaking down fats and other foods
occurs in plants
produces oxygen as a byproduct
fruits and vegetables are products of
photosynthesis produce sugars that
living things use for energy.