Differences between animals and plants
Photosynthesis is the process of cellular respiration in plants and the reactants are Carbon Dioxide, Energy and Water and the products are Oxygen and Glucose (Carbohydrates)。
Cellular Respiration In Animals
In Cellular Respiration the reactants are Oxygen and Glucose and they produce Carbon Dioxide, Water and Energy in the form if ATP.
As shown in the picture Sunlight is absorbed by the plant and carbon dioxide and water enter the cell through the roots. They give out oxygen and glucose. Which are reactants of the animal cellular respiration.
What happens in the cells?
Stomata in the leaves intakes carbon dioxide and the plant absorbs all the other roots take in water and in animal cells the mitochondria make ATP energy with the oxygen and glucose intake.
Animal Cellular Respiration
Lungs in animals take in oxygen and when it fuses with glucose it forms carbon dioxide, ATP energy and water.