anonymous
  • anonymous
What happens to a carbon atom in photosynthesis and respiration.?
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carlyleukhardt
  • carlyleukhardt
It is taken from CO2 converted to glucose then either converted back to CO2 or it is used for other processes and may expelled another way.
RamiroCruzo
  • RamiroCruzo
Well you are right @carlyleukhardt but only for photosynthesis......In respiration, Glucose which is a 6 Carbon molecule is broken down to CO2 & H2O

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