I believe the process is called,"Photosynthesis"!
Plants do not obtain oxygen they produce oxygen through a process called photosynthesis. The sun produces energy and they change carbon dioxide and water into food oxygen is a byproduct of this process.
From the atmoshere
Food, Fiber and OXYGEN!
Plants make their own glucose during photosynthesis. Animals obtain theirs by digesting food. They both obtain the oxygen from the air.
Oxygen is given off by plants from the product of photosynthesis. 6CO2 + 6H20 ---> C6H12O6 + 6O2 Carbon dioxide + Water + Sunlight produces Sugar + Oxygen
allow them to obtain oxygen from the air, such as aerial roots.
the oxygen they give us is obtain from water which they break down into its molecules that is hydrogen and oxygen. hydrogen is used to convert co2 to sugar.oxygen we breath it in as well as plants in the absence of light.
consumers take in oxygen by both the ways. in where for a vegetarian it will be only obtaining oxygen by eating plant and for a non - vegetarian it will be both the ways .
Animals obtain oxygen by breathing.
Oxygen is produced from trees and plants, which is then inhaled by your respiritory system, which is then exhaled and provides them with carbon dioxide.
They use Spiracles to obtain oxygen.
Animals obtain oxygen (O2) from the air, and plants obtain carbon dioxide (CO2). Nitrogen fixing bacteria obtain nitrogen (N2) from the air.
Ferns, like other plants, obtain 'food' through photosynthesis. Plants take in carbon dioxide (CO2) and water (H2O) and create glucose (C6H12O6) and oxygen (O2) through the use of sunlight. The glucose is then used by the plants as an energy source.
Our body obtain oxygen to our body by breathing.
Plants can absorb oxygen and light through their leaves for example chloropyll harnesses light from the sun
Anaerobic bacteria do not need to obtain oxygen so they don't obtain oxygen. This is because they don't use oxygen in any of their processes.
Plants obtain nutrients by photosynthesis.
a sponge can obtain oxygen by it's holes and by the water
Gorillas obtain oxygen by breathing through their lungs.
Plants obtain water though their roots.
Plants obtain carbon from the atmosphere by breaking CO2 apart and releasing the oxygen during photosynthesis. Animals eat the plants, excrete an undigested portion of the carbon, and exhale the rest through respiration of the carbon with atmospheric oxygen (or in the case of marine animals--oxygen dissolved in water).
Crustaceans obtain oxygen through gills.
Bobcats, like you, obtain oxygen by breathing air with lungs.
Plants release oxygen .
They get oxygen from their gills.