Recycling light energy to be used in the process of photosynthesis
Releasing the stored energy of organic compounds by the process of respiration
Breaking down starch by the process of digestion
Copying coded information during the process of protein synthesis
Respiration and replication
Photosynthesis and excretion
Digestion and recycling
Circulation and coordination
Can be used for photosynthesis
Is too large to pass through cell membranes
Is needed for cellular respiration
Can be used for the synthesis of proteins
The process represented is respiration and the primary source of energy for the process is the Sun.
The process represented is photosynthesis and the primary source of energy for the process is the Sun.
This process converts energy inorganic compounds into solar energy which is released into the atmosphere.
This process uses solar energy to convert oxygen into carbon dioxide.
Chemical bonds between carbon atoms are formed during photosynthesis
Energy stored in chemical bonds is released during cellular respiration
Energy stored in nitrogen is released, forming amino acids
Digestive enzymes break amino acids into smaller parts
They both occur in chloroplasts.
They both require sunlight.
They both involve organic and inorganic molecules.
They both require oxygen and produce carbon dioxide.