anonymous
  • anonymous
Which of the following best describes how the photosynthesis in grass cells is related to the cellular respiration in a cow's cells?
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anonymous
  • anonymous
A.)The carbon dioxide produced during the cow's cellular respiration is absorbed and used in the grass cells' photosynthesis to make ATP. B.)The energy stored in the grass cells' glucose during photosynthesis is eaten and used by the cow's cells to make ATP during cellular respiration. C.)The carbon dioxide produced by photosynthesis in the grass cells is breathed and used to make ATP in the cow's cells during cellular respiration. D.)The ATP produced during photosynthesis in the grass cells is eaten by the cow and stored as glucose during cellular respiration.
anonymous
  • anonymous
B
anonymous
  • anonymous
plants use Carbon Dioxide during Photosynthesis to produce sugar and then release Oxygen into the air. the air is inhaled by the cow and the cow eats the grass and converts tthe grass's sugar into ATP

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