Photosynthesis and cellular respiration
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Hello, today i am going to explain to you photosynthesis and cellular respiration, and how they work together that way you understand that you need to stop abusing plants
We are taking a small trip to nature i'm going to show you in real life , however we will first start out with what they both need to work. The formula for photosynthesis is carbon dioxide + water in the presence of sunlight = glucose and oxygen. Cellular respiration uses the products of photosynthesis as its reactants so the formula for cellular respiration is glucose + oxygen = carbon dioxide + water + ATP (energy)
How on earth did we get on a plane molly we were just on a bench
So here we are in nature. Do you see the tree over there well its preforming photosynthesis right now. and the bear is preforming cellular respiration. Without the tree preforming photosynthesis cellular respiration wouldn't be able to happen, and vise versa without the bear preforming cellular respiration the tree would not be able to preform photosynthesis . So they need each other.
That makes sense and all but how did we even get out here, you are going to make us get lost
So now we are going to talk about the 2 types of fermentation. The two types are anaerobic and aerobic fermentation. Aerobic fermentation happens in the presence of oxygen and its also the most efficient and produces the most ATP(energy)
I'm really tired can we go yet?
I am so glad to be back in normal society
SO the other type of fermentation is anaerobic and this one does not require oxygen, is less efficient, and does not produce as much ATP as aerobic
Alright, alright i get it, ill stop being mean to plants we need them
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