These "self-nourishers" can make complex food substances from simple compounds and use the simple compounds and energy from the sun to produce food and they also store these food substances.
Without the Clavin Cycle, Photosyntheis and Cellular Respirations a plant would not be able to survive.
A process by which cells break down chemical bonds of ATP, into ADP releasing essential chemical energy.
The inputs of cellular respiration are oxygen and ATP, and the outputs are CO2, ADP and H20.
A compund of adenosine and two phosphate groups.
The reactants of cellular
respiration are the products
of photosynthesis and the
reactants of photosynthesis
are the products of cellular
Photosynthesis and cellular respiration are complementary reactions
Although this system seems simple enough, cellular respiration can not take place in just one step because all of the energy from glucose would be released at once, most of it being lost in the form of light and heat....