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Scientists can trace the steps of a biological process using small amounts of radioactive atoms. These radioactive atoms are followed as they undergo chemical changes and reactions, even when passed from one organism to another. In this assignment, you will trace the path of a labeled carbon atom through the biological processes of photosynthesis and respiration. The atom will start its journey inside a carbon dioxide molecule and it will end in the air inside a new carbon dioxide molecule. use your knowledge of photosynthesis and respiration to explain what happens to the carbon atom.

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    where did this question come from?

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    Flvs

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    what assesment lucky for u thats what im doing lol

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    Lol its : 02.06 Introduction to Photosynthesis

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    thats like the only one i cant help you wiht lol its the lowest grade i got 20/40 lol

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    never had the time to go back im in 7.01 now lol

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    Ughhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh ):

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    its not easy i know that

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    It's really not, I'm horrible with biology & I don't understand this one at alllllllllllllllll

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    lol nice im glad that im almost done lol

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    Lucky!

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    i started a month ago lol

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    Wow! So did I, I'm stupid in Biology! -.-

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    i do 3 assighnments a day :P

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    refer to the characteristics of life

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