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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. Your mission is to use your knowledge of photosynthesis and respiration to explain what happens to the carbon atom in these processes.

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what are you having problems with?
i dont kno how it would get around like i dont understand the question at all
it's asking you to list the path a carbon atom takes through photosynthesis (and through respiration (i'm guessing it's cellular respiration not just breathing)).

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ok thank you
no problem. if you're familiar with the processes this should be relatively quick.
http://prezi.com/yd5pics2kdwl/the-carbon-atom-in-photosynthesis/

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