Photosynthesis and Cellular Respiration. green plants make their own food to do so, they use a process called photosynthesis to capture light from the Sun and transform the light energy into chemical energy.
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green plants make their own food • to do so, they use a process called photosynthesis to capture light from the Sun and transform the light energy into chemical energy. • the chemical energy is stored in energy-rich food compounds such as glucose, a type of sugar. • during photosynthesis, plants also produce oxygen gas. • living things need the chemical energy stored in glucose and other energy-rich compounds to live.
most living things use a process called cellular respiration to break down these compounds to release their stored energy. • once energy is released, it can be used for life functions. • during cellular respiration, living things also produce carbon dioxide gas and water vapour.
What forms of energy are transformed during photosynthesis and cellular respiration? Which substances are used and produced by photosynthesis and by cellular respiration. Use a diagram to show how photosynthesis and cellular respiration balance each other. summarize your diagram using or two paragraphs