Cellular Respiration

By: Kyra Holmstrup

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Animal Aerobic respiration

Aerobic respiration in animals, oxygen in sucked in with help from the lungs and glucose then carbon dioxide is released and water in the form of sweat and energy (ATP) after it goes through facilitated diffusion and the mitochondria.
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Plant Aerobic respiration

The plants respiration is the exact opposite of animals and uses the chloroplast. Carbon dioxide is absorbed through the stomata while water and energy is absorbed through the stem due to capillary action. The plant gets energy from the leafs because thats where the chloroplasts are located.