Hansatech Instruments is a small, British, scientific instrument company located in the heart of rural Norfolk. For over 40 years, our efforts have been concentrated towards the design & manufacture of high quality oxygen electrode and chlorophyll fluorescence measurement systems for the studies of cellular respiration & photosynthesis research. Our product range covers a wide range of applications within the following fields of study:
Photosynthesis StepLocationProduct Absorption of light to split water Thylakoid mem- branes O 2, NADPH, ATP Light-Independent Reactions (Calvin Cycle) StromaADP, NADP, 3 carbon sugar Cytoplasm6 carbon glucose
See the relation between Respiration and Photosynthesis ?
Our product range covers a wide range of applications covering photosynthesis and cellular respiration research including oxygen measurement systems, chlorophyll fluorescence measurement systems and chlorophyll content measurement systems.
inputs and products of photosynthesis, ..
Students demonstrate that a terrarium, a closed system, is an excellent tool for conducting environmental studies such as determining the rates of photosynthesis and cell respiration in plants. As part of this process, students:
Photosynthesis and Respiration - Cellular Life Processes
Use an oxygen sensor, a carbon dioxide sensor, and a temperature sensor to demonstrate that a terrarium, as a closed system, is an excellent tool for conducting environmental studies and to design additional investigations on photosynthesis and cellular respiration.
Comparing photosynthesis and respiration.
Photosynthesis and Cellular Respiration. Energy Use in Living Organisms Step 1 Convert sunlight energy into chemical food energy Ends in Glucose.
Quia - Photosynthesis and Cellular Respiration
Cellular respiration Aerobic Requires Oxygen Produces 38 ATP from glucose Glucose+ 0 2 -> 6CO 2 +6H 2 0+ 38 ATP 3 steps –Glycolysis, Kreb cycle and ETS Takes place in cytoplasm & mitochondria Result – More energy Anaerobic Does not require Oxygen Produces 2 ATP from glucose Glucose-> Lactic Acid +2 ATP 2 steps – Glycolysis, Lactic Acid formation Takes place in cytoplasm Result- Sore muscles, tired
Cellular Respiration and Photosynthesis
Importance of Oxygen During aerobic respiration, where do the electrons (H + ) end up as they are passed from protein to protein? They end up in the loving arms of oxygen. When oxygen accepts electrons, water is made. If oxygen wasn’t there to accept the electrons, the Electron Transport Chain would get backed up, and no energy would be produced. What type of respiration happens when there is no oxygen? …and where does it happen?