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Photosynthesis vs. Cellular (Aerobic) Respiration vs. Fermentation

Photosynthesis vs. Cellular (Aerobic) Respiration vs. Fermentation

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Photosynthesis
Chloroplast

The Outputs are Glucose and Oxygen.

The Electron Transport Chain is in the Thylakoid Membrane.

The Inputs are Carbon Dioxide and Water.

Chlorophyll is involved.

Happens only in plants, some bacteria and some protists

Includes the light dependent and light independent reactions

Light reactions happen in thylakoids

Light independent (Calvin Cycle) happens in the stroma

Makes glucose

Produces/Uses NADPH

Cellular (Aerobic) Respiration
Mitochondria

The Outputs are Carbon Dioxide and Water.

The Electron Transport Chain is in the Inner Mitochondrial Membrane.

The Inputs are Glucose and Oxygen.

Chlorophyll is not involved.

happens in all organisms

Produces ATP energy for the cell

Glycolysis produces two ATP in cytoplasm

Breaks glucose

Produces/Uses NADH & FADH2

Fermentation (Anaerobic Respiration)
Requires glucose, but NOT oxygen

2 Types: Lactic Acid & Alcoholic

Makes 2 ATP