Photosynthesis& Respiration Project
By: Jahlei Jones and Will Yoder
The sunlight, Carbon Dioxide and water enter the plant and create oxygen
Sunlight, CO2 and water help the plant create Oxygen and Glucose
Photosynthesis on a leaf
Sunlight, CO2 and water enter in the leaf to create oxygen and glucose
What are the final products of photosynthesis and how are they important to the life of this plant?
The final products of Photosynthesis are glucose and oxygen. They are important because the glucose gives energy to the plant so that the plant can live and produce more oxygen that is released into the world for us to breath.
cellular respiration equation.
The reactants and Products of the equations.
Photosynthesis: reactants- Carbon dioxide, water, sunlight. Products- Oxygen and Glucose
Cellular respiration: reactants- Oxygen and Glucose. Products- Carbon dioxide, water and ATP
How are they similar?
They both use and/or create Carbon dioxide, Water, Oxygen, and Glucose.
How are they different?
Photosynthesis needs water, sunlight and Carbon dioxide and creates Oxygen and Glucose. Cellular respiration needs Glucose and oxygen to create Carbon dioxide and water and energy.
How are they dependent on each other?
Photosynthesis creates the things that cellular energy needs and cellular energy creates the things that photosynthesis needs to work.