Photosynthesis v. Cell Respiration
Sruthi Kilari and Shivani Goyal
The formula for cellular respiration is C6H12O6 + 6O2 —> 6CO2 + 6H2O + energy (ATP).
The reactants for photosynthesis are carbon dioxide, water, and sunlight, while the reactants for cellular respiration are carbohydrates (sugar) and oxygen.
The products for photosynthesis are carbohydrates (sugar) and oxygen while the products for cellular respiration are carbon dioxide, water, and energy (ATP). Only plants go through photosynthesis, but all living organisms go through cellular respiration.
Animal - Bunny
Location of photosynthesis
The process of cellular respiration
Villi are located in the small intestine and absorb nutrients into the bloodstream.
Plant - Carrot
The process of photosynthesis.
The structure where photosynthesis occurs.
The pores in which carbon dioxide enter the leaf.