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Cell biology | Parts of the cell

Chloroplasts are the organelles used for photosynthesis (a process that incorporates light energy into storage as chemical energy) whereas mitochondria used in respiration (a process that releases stored chemical energy). It assumed that you already know the information about these organelles explained in the organelles section. If you have not read the entries on chloroplasts and mitochondria from there yet, please go back and read them now.

Chemicals to know

  1. Chemicals to familiarize yourself with in advance.


  1. Light Dependent Reactions
  2. Calvin-Benson Cycle

Cellular Respiration

  1. Glycolysis
  2. Krebs cycle
  3. Electron transport


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