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2.Organelle where cellular respiration takes place to releases energy for a cell.
5.type of organic compound produced during photosynthesis and cellular respiration
8.potential energy stored in the chemical bonds of glucose
9.Type of nutrient that provides energy and the building blocks for growth and tissue repair.
10.Energy of work used by organisms after cellular respiration
13.The process by which light energy is use it to make food from carbon dioxide and water.
14.gas needed for photosynthesis and produced during cellular respiration
17.Energy of motion.
18.Specialized organelles in plants cells where photosynthesis takes place… contains chlorophyll
19.Simple carbohydrate produced by plants that is made of many glucose molecules linked together.
1.Energy that is stored.
3.process in which oxygen reacts to glucose
4.type of energy produced during cellular respiration
6.Gas needed for cellular respiration and produced during photosynthesis.
7.Another name for light energy. Required for photosynthesis to occur.
8.Green pigment in plant cells that absorbs light for photosynthesis.
11.Type of energy related to or caused by heat used or produced by organisms after cellular respiration.
12.Small pores in leaves of plants where gas exchange takes place.
15.Substances used to carry out life processes that may or may not provide energy.
16.Type of sugar formed during photosynthesis that provides food for plants and other organisms.

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