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Photosynthesis And Cellular Respiration Questions and Answers (Q&A)

Shouldn't it say, " the products of photosynthesis," instead of the "reactants?"

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Aerobic and anaerobic respiration are basically two means of utilizing food for energy. The main difference between each is the utilization of oxygen. The oxygen is available in abundance in aerobic respiration, so the glucose is fully broken down producing a larger yield of energy. On the other hand, in anaerobic respiration, there is no oxygen to accept the electrons.

Hence, the glucose is only partially broken down to pyruvate, which is then converted to lactic acid. This yields lower amount of energy but acts as an emergency source when there is unavailability of oxygen, such as during vigorous exercise.

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T"he products of photosynthesis inhibit respiration. because it
releases the energy in sugars. It occurs in mitochondria. and use light energy,carbon, and dioxide and water to produce oxygen and sugaare.

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..."the products [required] for photosynthesis" are sugar and oxeygen. The wording of the question is unclear, it seems the question isasking what is at the start of the process. Assuming the question was asking what was at the start: the awnser that the quiz showed was correct would only have been a correct awnser if the question was asking what was at the END of the process. So, a clearerway to word the question could be: "What are the products created by photosynthesis".

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Aerobic Respiration occurs with oxygen and makes 36 ATP:

1) Aerobic Respiration contains Kreb's Cycle and Electron Transport Chain (they produce 2+34 ATP together)

2) They need oxygen to occur (so, they are aerobic)

3) Anaerobic Respiration contains only glycolysis and fermentation (in some way) (they produce only 4 ATP together)

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How so ? Because when realy cosidering the diagram the correct answer is C.

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The correct answer to this question is D. The number 1 should be labeled Photosynthesis. This is the process in which plants and animals make chemical energy from light energy. This energy can be used as fuel for the plants and animals activities. The research of this process begin in the 17th century by Jan van Helmont and over time, many scientists have completed research to understand photosynthesis.

The number 2 should be labeled Respiration. This combines a reaction and process, which coverts energy from nutrients into ATP, which stands for adenosine triphosphate. The ATP is then released into waste products.

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Isn't light energy one of the reactants

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