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Photosynthesis & Respiration | Reactions | Chemistry | FuseSchool

Photosynthesis & Respiration | Reactions | Chemistry | FuseSchool

33 comments on “Photosynthesis & Respiration | Reactions | Chemistry | FuseSchool

  1. I recall like how you use animations to teach your lesson. People are more attracted to this, not just words and pictures.

  2. I have a question cellular respiration is the conversion of glucose into a molecule called oxygen and carbon dioxide is this correct

  3. NOOOOOOO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! The oxygen does not come from CO2!!! It comes from splitting the water. Please fix this!!!

  4. Yes the oxygen comes from the water, and carbohydrate formula is more complex than HCOH – but we need to keep things simple. To understand the overall process it matters not that the oxygen comes from the water, but it does matter that the energy is stored in the fuel/oxygen system, and is transferred only when the weakly bonded, reactive, oxygen molecule re-joins the carbohydrate during aerobic respiration.

  5. Photosynthesis usually happens during the day and respiration during the night.
    Photosynthesis: H2O+CO2 –> C6H12O6 (glucose)+O2.
    Respiration: O2+C6H12 O6–> H2O+CO2+ATP( energy)

  6. Well, given that natural air we breathe is made up of 78% Nitrogen, and 21% Oxygen, plus trace other elements, where is the Nitrogen accounted for in this model?

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