Photosynthesis and Respiration

Where does cellular respiration happen? And it's a process that plants use, and we might have learned this when we were very young. The dark reactions do not need photons for them to happen, although they do occur when the sun is out. What are the Stages of Cellular Respiration? The sugar glucose is important because it is necessary for cellular respiration.

CARBON CYCLE: Photosynthesis, Decomposition, Respiration and Combustion

Quick Tips. So this is a 30,foot view of what's going on in photosynthesis. Cellular respiration cannot occur without photosynthesis, and photosynthesis certainly cannot occur without the help of its partner.

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Why is this important to us? So if you give away an electron to someone else or someone else gains an electron, that something else is being reduced. To use this website, please enable javascript in your browser.

Show related SlideShares at end. Learn more. It may stay in the atmosphere for awhile, but eventually plants consume it during photosynthesis. But this can then be used to produce other carbohydrates, including glucose. Published on Nov 30, So this process, other than the fact that it's interesting, that there are organisms around us, mostly plants, that are able to harness actual sunlight.

Photosynthesis and Respiration 2

So this is a general term for carbohydrates, but you could have many multiples of that. Biology Ecology. And we'll put an n over here, that we could have n multiples of these, and normally, n will be at least three. Preview Assign Practice. So this requires sunlight. Slideshare uses cookies to improve functionality and performance, and to provide you with relevant advertising.

Carbon Cycle ( Read ) Biology CK Foundation

But I don't want to confuse you too much. Show Hide Resources. If the plant can use the energy from the sun to make ATP, why does it go through all the trouble of then using up the ATP to make glucose, just so it can get ATP again?

I have two n oxygens, plus another n, so I have three n oxygens. Please enter description to make resource public. The carbon dioxide produced during respiration is released from the body and absorbed by plants to help provide the energy they need for growth and development.