Photosynthesis & Cellular Respiration
How The Processes Are Related
Photosynthesis takes water and carbon dioxide to capture energy and store them in sugars and produce oxogen and glucose. The oxygen and glucose are then used in cellular respiration to release the energy from the sugars and create water and carbon dioxide. The products of cellular respiration are then used to begin photosynthesis again. The two processes interact with each other to create a cycle.