Relationship between Cellular Respiration and Photosynthesis was a topic of interest to me during my medical training at UCLA’s School of Medicine. While studying with a professor in cell biology, I was able to learn that while two organisms (bacteria and algae) are capable of respiring and creating oxygen, they still need to eat the food that they respire from. The way the oxygen is made also affects the amount of carbon dioxide and water that is produced.
So far, I’ve been able to figure out that the respiration of the bacteria and algae is done by their “cellular respiration.” This means that the bacteria and algae need to breath or breathe out oxygen and carbon dioxide. The reason they need to breathe out oxygen and carbon dioxide is to use photosynthesis to produce more food to help the bacteria and algae grow. This is the primary reason for the carbon dioxide and water being produced in the cells.
We know that photosynthesis is one of the major pathways that plants use to produce oxygen in the atmosphere. This is because plants use photosynthesis to create sugars. Sugars are the main source of energy for plants, and are needed to feed the plant’s many other functions, such as generating energy, making oxygen, and providing a food source for their animals. By converting oxygen and water into carbon dioxide and water, plants can convert the oxygen and water into nutrients that help them grow.
Because plants use photosynthesis to create sugars, they are able to obtain carbon from the sun. When they do this, they are able to create oxygen and water. When they do this, they are able to create energy. However, it is known that photosynthesis doesn’t always create the same amount of carbon and water that it needs to produce at each point in the cycle.
The main driver of the relationship between cellular respiration and photosynthesis is the difference in the rate of water and carbon dioxide transfer from the air to plant cell. The rate of cellular respiration is dependent on the amount of oxygen in the air and the amount of carbon dioxide in the air. The amount of oxygen in the air is dependent on the amount of oxygen in the plant cell. The amount of carbon dioxide in the air is dependent on the amount of carbon dioxide in the plant cell.
There is a lot of good and bad to these equations. On the one hand, it would seem that the more oxygen and carbon dioxide you have in the air, the more respiration you will have. However, carbon dioxide is also a strong greenhouse gas (a source in the atmosphere that traps heat from the earth), so it’s also a bad thing for plants. In addition, a plant cell doesn’t just simply use up oxygen, it also generates ATP.
Plants respire all the time, so they need oxygen to breathe, but they also need a lot of energy to do this to generate ATP for the cell. To make it worse, a lot of plants have to be grown in very large quantities to grow enough biomass for photosynthesis to be possible.
Plants can also respire using oxygen and have an incredible high rate of photosynthesis. This is because, like humans, plants are incredibly efficient at utilizing both oxygen and light, making photosynthesis possible. So if you’re looking to grow plants to make a home for your plants, you would be wise to grow them in a greenhouse or grow in an area where there is a lot of sunlight.
In our new book, The Whole Life is Enough, we discussed the concept of photosynthesis. Photosynthesis is the process of converting light energy captured by a plant into chemical energy that is used to build and maintain cells. This process requires oxygen and energy in the form of chemical energy. Our bodies do this via the so-called “resting cell.
The cells in our bodies are capable of making energy as well as building and maintaining cell structures. For example, when we walk the cells in our muscles, tendons, and bones take in carbon dioxide and convert it into sugar. Through the process of photosynthesis, those cells convert the sugar into energy. So while we’re making our cells move, our muscles are also turning carbon dioxide into energy. What this means is that our muscles are constantly turning carbon dioxide into energy.