Six molecules of carbon dioxide (CO2) and six molecules of water (H2O), plus 36-38 molecules of ATP and heat.ATP, H2O and co2Adenosine tri phosphate.
24 molecules of carbon dioxide
6 carbon dioxide molecules
ATP are produced in mitochondria. Energy is stored in phosphate bonds
6 molecules of carbon dioxide .
Carbon dioxide levels influence how many sugars(glucose) a plant can produce greatly. This is because 6 molecules of water and 6 molecules of carbon dioxide will release a sugar through series of reactions. So if you have many carbon dioxide molecules it makes it a lot easier for a plant or any other photoautotroph.
2 carbon dioxide molecules are formed.
The Calvin Benson cycle uses ATP (adenosine triphosphate), NADPH (Nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide phosphate), and CO2 (carbon dioxide) to create glucose.
How many grams of nitrogen dioxide must react with water to produce 5.00 x 1022 molecules of nitrogen monoxide?
it takes 6
Most sulphur is used in the production of phosphate fertilizer. Liquid sulphur us burned to produce sulphur dioxide gas which then goes through a catalytic process to produce sulphuric acid. This sulphuric acid is then used to leach the phosphate from phosphate rock. The phosphate is then used to make phosphate fertalizer. The reaction leaves a byproduct of gypsum. If you ever see a phosphate mine or a facility that processes phosphate rock you will notice the acres and acres of gypsul piles surrounding the facility.
Yes, plants use energy stored in ATP molecules to produce sugar molecules from carbon dioxide
Yes. **** No, photosynthesis does not produce carbondioxide. It produces hexose sugar, oxygen and some molecules of water.
Mitochondria actually does produce carbon dioxode. In the process of cellular respiration 2 carbon dioxide molecules are made from every citrate molecule that starts the Krebs cycle.
This question refers how plants produce glucose through the chemical pathway of photosynthesis. That being said photosynthesis produces organic molecules from the organic molecule of carbon dioxide (CO2).
Photosynthesis. by Benda Benjamen