Photosynthesis and cellular respiration - Google Docs
Establish a better understanding of photosynthesis and cellular respiration, and apply the scientific method to solve (or understand) a problem. Photosynthesis and respiration are reactions that complement each other in the environment. They are essentially the same reactions, but they occur in reverse. During photosynthesis, carbon dioxide and water yield glucose and oxygen. Through the respiration process, glucose and oxygen yield carbon dioxide and water. They work well together because living organisms supply plants with carbon dioxide, which undergoes photosynthesis and produces glucose, and these plants and bacteria give out oxygen, which all living organisms need for respiration.
Photosynthesis and Cellular Respiration WebQuest: Task
2 Through the two sections of photosynthesis there is
a total biproduct of 1 glucose molecule and 6 oxygen
molecules Purpose The purpose of this prezi is to illustrate the relationship
between the photosynthetic proscess and its products
and the cellular respiration proscess and how the two
relate to each other.
The Relationships in between
Cellular Respiration and
By Jack Ellrodt With both proscesses occuring at the same time
all the time the creation and removal of oxygen and carbon dioxide is constant.