By:Colin and Matt
The Molecules Involved
In the process of Photosynthesis, Carbon dioxide and Water react with light energy to produce Glucose and Oxygen. Next comes Cellular Respiration, which use the products of Photosynthesis, Glucose and Oxygen are converted through chemical reactions into Carbon dioxide, Water, and ATP. The process is repeated and the products of Cellular Respiration are used as reactants in Photosynthesis.
Blood Vessels: The Blood Cells bring oxygen to the cells to do cellular respiration and takes away co2 which is a product of cellular respiration.
Diaphragm: The diaphragm moves the lungs up and down so the lungs can bring in air and move out co2
Mitochondria: Processes of cellular respiration occur, including the Krebs's Cycle, and the Electron Transport Chain producing ATP which the body uses for energy.
Small Intestines: Absorb nutrients from our food we consume that is used for energy in the animal cells.
Xylem: The xylem brings water and nutrients to the leaves and other parts of the plant.
Stomata: Lets in co2 and releases oxygen.
Chloroplasts: Store the sun's energy to use in photosynthesis.